Discover how scientists are using QImaging cameras to meet their imaging goals for a variety of scientific research applications.
The Anthony Hall Group at the Earlham Institute, University of Norwich is using the Retiga LUMO CCD camera for bioluminescence imaging. Results are better for a fraction of the price.
Gene Expression via
The Locke Group at the university of Cambridge select Retiga LUMO CCD cameras for long exposure imaging for gene expression via bioluminescent reporters.
Brightfield and Fluorescence Imaging of Live and Fixed Cells
Professor Maddy Parsons at Kings College London uses the Retiga R6 CCD camera from QImaging for brightfield and fluorescence imaging of live and fixed cells.
Neuroscience, Fluorescence Microscopy and Electrophysiology
The Euan MacDonald Centre for MND Research at the University of Edinburgh uses the optiMOS sCMOS camera.
In Vivo Imaging
The University of Göttingen uses the optiMOS sCMOS camera
Vesicle Trafficking and Membrane Transport
The University of Cambridge uses the optiMOS sCMOS camera
The Korea Institute of Science and Technology uses the Retiga 6000 fluorescence snapshot CCD camera