The New Axioscan 7

Your High-Performance Slide Scanner for Fluorescence, Brightfield and Polarization

Automated microscopy is becoming an important aspect of biomedical research. There are several factors driving this trend, including the requirement for higher throughput, data reproducibility, ease of use and the reduction of user interference. Automated slide scanning has become a widely used tool for researchers interested in high-volume digitization, analysis and archiving of a wide variety of slide-mounted sample types.

In this webinar, we will delve into the unique imaging modes and features of the new Axioscan 7 high-performance slide scanner, and how it can help you with your most challenging imaging tasks, as well as your routine imaging applications.

Key Learnings

  • The Axioscan 7 is a flexible automated slide scanning platform for both demanding and routine imaging applications in brightfield and fluorescence
  • Significant software and hardware changes have been incorporated into the Axioscan 7 improving ease of use, flexibility and functionality
  • ZEN Blue is an open, powerful software platform that incorporates many useful features including image analysis of whole slides, optical sectioning (deconvolution) and web-based image sharing for collaborative research.
  • Automation reduces user interference and improves data quality and throughput


Dr. Mark Stafford

Product Manager, Light Microscopy, ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions, ANZ 
Mark Stafford has a background in Molecular Biology and Neuroscience and completed his PhD at the University of Queensland in 2007. With a research focus on investigating the role of ion channel signaling in neural progenitor cell differentiation, his work involved a combination of pharmacology, cell culture and Calcium imaging techniques. Mark has been with ZEISS ANZ for the past 14 years and manages our high-end light microscopy portfolio.

9th August 2021 | 2PM AEST

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