Novel microscopy technique developed by the Tomer Lab has been licensed for user-friendly commercial use

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - 09:45
photo credit: Tomer Lab

A new microscopy technique invented by Raju Tomer, Assistant Prof. of Biological Sciences, has been licensed to MBF Biosciences to create ClearScope, a user-friendly light sheet microscope which performs high-resolution, 3D imaging of intact, cleared specimens larger than any other light sheet microscope is currently capable of imaging. This method is a tremendous improvement over the existing microscopy approaches for high-speed and high-resolution imaging of very large samples, such as a large cleared chunk of post-mortem human brain. It will be commercially available later this year.

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