Unlocking 3D Nanostructure in Neurons with Single Molecule Localization Microscopy (SML)

Find out how SMLM can reveal 3D nanostructures in various biological specimen

Unlock 3D nanoscale imaging 

During this webinar, Rob Hobson, Ph.D., a Bruker Applications Scientist, discusses the benefits of SMLM and its applications on the convention hall floor at NEUROSCIENCE 2019. Viewers will gain insights into:

  • How single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) works
  • The Vutara 352 SML super-resolution microscopes and SXR software
  • SMLM applications in neuroscience
  • A new integrated fluidics unit for sequential labeling applications

Webinar Summary

This presentation discusses the principles of single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) for overcoming some of the key challenges associated with light microscopy. Our Vutara 352 SML Super-Resolution Microscope and SRX software are uniquely equipped for SMLM applications and advanced neuroscience research in areas such as:

  • Infectious diseases
  • Cardiology
  • Developmental Biology
  • Cell Biology
  • Neuroscience

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Robert J. Hobson, Ph.D.

Vutara Applications Scientist, Bruker

Dr. Robert Hobson graduated from the University of Salford, UK with a degree in Biology, before completing his PhD in Biology at the University of Toledo, Ohio. He was a research assistant professor at the University of Utah with multiple years’ experience in single-molecule localization microscopy sample preparation and imaging before joining Bruker Nano Surfaces.