Demo: Leica STELLARIS, Nano Workflow (CLEM) & Thunder-3D workshop, 18-21 October, 2021

Leica Microsystems, in cooperation with the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria), are pleased to invite you to attend talks and product showcases featuring the STELLARIS Confocal Microscope Platform, THUNDER Imagers widefield systems and the Leica Nano Workflow for live cell CLEM. Join us and learn how these microscopy innovations can make a difference to your research.

Monday 18th – Tuesday 19th October, LIVE PRESENTATIONS

Monday, 18th October

Capture Life the moment it happens – the Leica Nano Workflow for live cell CLEM
with Dr Thorben Kurz

Tuesday, 19th October

Leica THUNDER Imaging Systems: Analyzing 3D specimens with widefield microscopy
with Dr Jan Schumacher

Get closer to the truth with the STELLARIS Confocal Microscope Platform
with Dr Daniel Smeets

Tuesday 19th – Friday 22nd October, LIVE PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Come to the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) for a personal demonstration and explore the systems with your own microscopy samples. There are several demo slots available from the 19th to the 22nd October. 


18th-19th October: Talks, online in MS Teams. Link available after registration.
19th-22nd October: Live demonstrations. You will be contacted to arrange the date for your personal demo slot after registration.
Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Am Campus 1, 3400 Klosterneuburg

Spaces are limited, so register now to secure your place.

We look forward to seeing you online and meeting you in person.

With Kind Regards,

Your Leica Microsystems Team


Curious about the images?

The image on the left hand side features Cos-7 cells, labeled with SiR-Actin (657 – 740nm detection range), AF750-Tom20 (760 – 790nm), AF790-Tubulin (810 – 850nm). Sample courtesy of Jana Döhner, Urs Ziegler, University of Zürich.
The image on the right hand side features murine esophageal organoids, showing Integrin alpha6 (AlexaFluor 488, green) and Sox2 (AlexaFluor 568, red), Nucleus (Dapi, blue). Courtesy of Dr. Fabio Tadeu Arroso Martins, Tampere University, Finland.