*Webinar* *Commercial*: 3D Tracking in Interface-Rich Environments

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*Webinar* *Commercial*: 3D Tracking in Interface-Rich Environments

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Professor Daniel Schwartz from University of Colorado Boulder is presenting his work on using Double Helix PSF Engineering for multiplexed tracking of over 10,000s single-molecule/single-particle trajectories in complex 3D environments. Through this work, Schwartz has been able to unlock fundamental insights linking microscopic pore-scale mechanisms to macroscopic transport.
Join us to learn about the dynamic behavior of molecules and nanoparticles in confined environment and single molecule imaging is used to study such behaviors.

This presentation is part of Double Helix Optics' Advanced Techniques Webinar Series.

Title: "3D Tracking in Interface-Rich Environments"
Date: 17 March 2021
Time: 10 AM (MDT) / 12 PM (EDT)

Click Here to Register<https://www.doublehelixoptics.com/events/>

About DHO:
Double Helix Optics<https://www.doublehelixoptics.com/> designs and manufactures 3D imaging modules to deliver unrivaled depth with nano-scale precision using existing imaging and microscope systems. The company's SPINDLE line of imaging modules, library of phase masks and 3DTRAX software is enables 4D single molecule/particle tracking, 3D single molecule localization imaging, increased precision localization, extended depth of field imaging, and simultaneous multicolor 3D imaging. This patented imaging technology provides a cost-effective way for researchers to extend 2D capabilities to 3D with a simple add-on module.

Anjul Loiacono, Ph.D.
Sr. Director Sales and Marketing
Double Helix Optics

Join Us for our Upcoming Webinar: 3D Tracking in Interference-Rich Environments
Learn about multiplexed single molecule/particle tracking methods using Double Helix ePSF technology.
March 17th, 2021
Register Here<http://www.doublehelixoptics.com/events/>

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