Fast volumetric Imaging of Brain Organoids With a New Single-Objective Planar-Illumination Two-Photon Microscope
Imaging large tissue volumes at high spatio-temporel resolution has been a major challenge for scanning-type 2-photon microscopes. Now, SPPIN researchers around Martin Oheim and from TILL.id (Munich) designed and successfully validated a new microscope scheme that combines features from both… Continue reading
Call for contributions to Special Issue of Microscopy Research and Technique (Wiley) on Photobleaching and Photodamage
Medically efficient treatments often go along with unwanted side effects. In much the same manner, microscopic imaging at high spatio-temporal resolution pushes the limits by destroying fluorescent labels, affecting the biological process under study or even compromising sample viability.
While… Continue reading
After the successful OASIS project (www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/11/03/461335 , www.till-id.com/en/idea_projects_OASIS.php) a second EUROSTARS grant has been awarded to the SPPIN. A team of researchers around Martin Oheim, head of the Biophysics of Neurone-Glia Interactions team obtained competitive funding for the… Continue reading
Brandon Stell and Céline Auger, from the team Cerebellar Neurophysiology, along with Marin Manuel, from the team Motor Neurons & NeuroMuscular Junctions, both part of the SPPIN, have been awarded an ANR grant for their project on “Integration of… Continue reading