University of Colorado Boulder
3415 Colorado Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303United Stateshttps://bficores.colorado.edu/imaging-facility
Last Updated: 10/22/2020
The BioFrontiers Advanced Light Microscopy Core is a user facility designed to advance biological discovery through quantitative microscopy techniques. The facility is open all researchers from academia, national labs and industry. Current demands in biological research require the capability to observe cellular and sub-cellular events and phenomena both punctually as well as over time. The BioFrontiers Advanced Light Microscopy Core is capable to meet these imaging needs. The low signal levels that result from biologically important processes, as well as the spatio-temporal dynamic nature of these processes (3D; millisecond timescales; longitudinal observation), necessitates the use of versatile, reconfigurable, high-speed, and high-sensitivity imaging technologies. Multiple imaging technologies are housed within the BioFrontiers Advanced Light Microscopy Core that can meet these rigorous demands, ranging from conventional widefield to state-of-the-art Super Resolution/localization microscopies.
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