Upright microscope

Objective lenses are above the sample.

On-site demonstration - Caliber ID RS-G4 - large area scanning confocal microscope

Nov. 21st (10am-5pm) and Nov. 22nd (9am-5pm) in Life Sciences North, room 429 (MAP - same room as Leica DMI6000).

"The new RS-G4 from Caliber I.D. is a large-format, resonant-scanning confocal microscope, offering multiple laser lines (405/488/561/640/785) for single, sequential or simultaneous image acquisition of fluorescent labels.

Nikon Seminar on Super-resolution Optical Microscopy

Nikon and The University of Arizona Present a Lunch and Learn session on the difference in super-resolution techniques STORM and N-SIM. (See Flyer)

Seminar Title: Imaging Beyond the Diffraction Limit: Nikon N-STORM and N-SIM Super Resolution Systems

Date: Thursday June 2nd, 2016

Time: 11:30 am -12:30 pm

Location: Chemical Sciences Building (CSB), Room 402

Renishaw Reflex Raman (Optical)

ORD announces the arrival of three new Zeiss optical microscopes

The Office for Research & Discovery (ORD) is pleased to announce the arrival two new state-of-the-art laser scanning confocal microscopes and a structured illumination system (SIM) in the ORD imaging facilities in January and Feb 2016.  These unique and enabling microscopes will be a huge advancement in the microscopy equipment available to researchers on campus!

Imaging Cores - Marley

David Elliott

I have been doing light microscopy since 1989 and been doing Transmission Electron Microscopy since 1997. In that time I have done extensive analytical imaging as part of my research and in collaboration with others. I currently teach "Fundamental of Light Microscopy and Electronic Imaging" (Spring - CMM 565a) among many other Graduate classes.