The award by the Beckman Foundation will enable Jan, Kevin Eliceiri and Vikash Singh to develop smart microscopy for following a biological event inside growing and moving organisms over time. Read more in this post.
A few days ago, Michael presented our Flamingo project at the 11th European Zebrafish Meeting. Below, you find a recording of his talk.
Michael Eisenstein highlights the Flamingo in his Technology Feature in Nature Methods.
Find out more about Michael’s backstory and how he joined the Flamingo project in this new blog post on FocalPlane.
During last week’s LSFM conference, Jan presented a short video tour of all the Flamingo microscopes we currently have in the lab. You can now re-watch the tour on Vimeo.
In a recent review article on Biocompare, author Caitlin Smith takes a new look at light sheet microscopy. One of the approaches she includes is Flamingo, our custom-designed LSFM platform for portable and shareable microscopes.
In her new article for Wiley Analytical Science, Rebecca Pool summarizes Jan’s career in the field of light sheet microscopy.
Debbie Sniderman wrote an article about Flamingo and Toptica’s CLE laser module for SPIE.
If you want to learn more about light sheet microscopy and don’t know where to start, how about reading our short introduction to the technique right here?
We got to image the first plant in the Flamingo! Here is the root tip of a growing Arabidopsis. A sample from Cara Winter, Duke University.
In a new article on Wisconsin Engineer, Johnathon Brehm explains how we are looking to change the way we see science.
HFSP just published a great summary of the publication.
An article by Rory and Jan just got published in Nature Methods.
Read PI’s recent blogpost on why Flamingo is built with their linear and rotational stages.
Now, the Flamingo project is featured prominently on our lab website.
Read Protolabs’ feature about the Flamingo project and how their service speeds up the development of our custom microscopes.
In this feature by Brian Mattmiller, Jan explains why it’s time to rethink how we use microscopes.
Read this article by Brian Mattmiller to learn about the first traveling Flamingo prototype, making its way around Boston’s research labs.
Read the latest article about the Flamingo project by Brian Mattmiller.