BioScapes - Internation Digital Imaging Competition

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Links

Use the links provided below to access websites associated with the Olympus BioScapes Competition. Also included is a link to the Confocal Listserv, which is a peer-to-peer forum covering all aspects of microscopy, digital imaging, and specimen preparation.


Olympus Microscopy Resource Center
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center - The Olympus Microscopy Resource Center (OMRC) is designed to provide an Internet-based educational forum on all aspects of optical microscopy and digital imaging. We invite you to explore this exciting world with our extensive microscopy essays that are supported by interactive Java and Flash tutorials.

Olympus FluoView Resource Center
Olympus FluoView Resource Center - Laser scanning confocal microscopy represents one of the most significant advances in optical microscopy ever developed. The principles and techniques of confocal microscopy are reviewed in the Olympus FluoView Resource Center using review articles, interactive tutorials, and image galleries.

Olympus America
Olympus America - Olympus America Scientific Equipment Group provides innovative microscope imaging solutions for researchers, doctors, clinicians and educators. Olympus microscope systems offer unsurpassed optics, superior construction and system versatility to meet the ever-changing needs of microscopists, paving the way for future advances in life science.

Molecular Expressions
Molecular Expressions - The Molecular Expressions website features a wide spectrum of photo galleries that explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy. In addition, the site contains information about the basics of microscopy as well as educational information and tutorials for beginners in the field.

Confocal Microscopy Listserv
Confocal Microscopy Listserv - Hosting discussions on a wide range of cutting-edge topics, the Confocal Listserv is an excellent source of first-hand information on multiphoton, confocal, and widefield fluorescence microscopy, as well as related topics such as colocalization, FRET, FLIM, live-cell imaging, fluorophores, and specimen preparation.