Microscopy provides extraordinarily power to explore and analyze biological samples. Bioscience researchers performing imaging experiments will tell you that they want quickly acquired, high-resolution images as well as exquisite sensitivity and maximum depth of imaging to advance their investigations. But not all of these desired variables are possible to achieve at the same time. The struggle to find the optimal balance and produce the best images is embodied in the imaging triangle at the center of this poster. Read on to learn more about how to tame the imaging triangle.
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