Introducing Automated Organoid Counter
Analyse organoids using bright-field image analysis
A new, powerful, and easy-to-use software application has been developed that enables organoid counting with the Corning® Cell Counter. Forget manual organoid counting. Now you can focus on ...what, Sebastiaan?
What’s needed to realise the potential of organoids?
Join free webinar on Tuesday 13 October
CytoSMART and Qkine have partnered with organoid pioneers from both academia and industry to facilitate an open and collaborative discussion about the key challenges facing pharma and biotech companies as they approach this pivotal stage of their organoid R&D programmes. Curious?
High throughput microscopy
Automated scanning and stitching of full culture plates, flasks and dishes
Perform non-invasive kinetic assays using our image analysis algorithms
Fits in any cell culture incubator
CytoSMART Lux2 Duo kit copy
CytoSMART Lux2 duo 并联式活细胞成像系统
Create time-lapse videos of cell cultures
Keep cultures in an optimized environment
monitor growth speed
Real time updates help you to perfectly time subculturing
Corning Cell Counter
Automated Cell Counting
Rapid cell counts with adaptable size gating
Works within substantial concentration range and can identify single cells in clusters
Flexibility in counting slides
Compatible with hemocytometers and other (disposable) transparent counting slides
Live-cell imaging in a classroom
Easily convey cell biology knowledge and skills to students
Due to much time spent on theory and limited teaching hours, lecturers need an effective way to help students understand cell biological processes. Learn more about how live-cell imaging can be used as a teaching tool.
Tips on how to manage social distancing in the lab
In this 45-minute webinar, we will share common measures that are taken in labs worldwide to adhere to the social distancing measures. Next to this, we will discuss some tools to help you get the most out of the limited amount of time that you can spend in the lab now. Examples include tools to help you keep enough distance from colleagues, reserve equipment and train students. Remote monitoring of cell cultures and experiments will also be addressed in the webinar.
- Date: Tuesday July 14th
- Time: 4PM CEST (10 AM EDT)
- Duration: 45 minutes