The Wyss Center welcomed more than 100 participants
In March, the Wyss Center in Geneva was the site of ZEISS’ first joint workshop on the topic of light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM). The aim of the workshop was to provide information on the different aspects of LSFM through various talks and encourage developers and users to share ideas. The event was nicely rounded off by hands-on sessions run by ZEISS and arivis.
“Feedback on the event was wholly positive – over 100 people signed up, and some visitors even had to stand. Due to this positive feedback, we’ve already planned a follow-up event for 2019,” says Dr. Stefan Wahl, Head of ZEISS Microscopy in Switzerland.
The Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, also known as the Wyss Center, is an independent, non-profit organization that provides the expertise, facilities and resources to transform creative neuroscience research into clinical solutions that will improve the lives of people with nervous system disorders.