Accelerate Scientific Progress: The Power of Reproducibility, Collaboration and New Imaging Technologies

Paula Montero

MicRoN Core Director, Harvard Medical School

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Ulf Schwarz

Applicaton Manager (LS), Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH

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Quantitative light microscopy is vital for accelerating scientific discovery in fundamental and translational biomedical research. The rapid development and advancement of new tools in light microscopy and data analysis have presented new challenges for researchers. An in-depth understanding of each technology is needed to appreciate how it may introduce bias and impact reproducibility.

Additionally, it elevates the activation energy to adopt new technologies that would otherwise drive science forward. Access to expertise, resources, and education is critical in adopting new technologies to improve the advancement of microscopy-based science and ensure rigor and reproducibility.

Imaging scientists have a critical educational role in improving rigor and reproducibility by sharing their technical expertise and providing intellectual contributions in all aspects of image-based science. They participate in creating, developing, and disseminating guidelines, resources, and tools to improve image-based research.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What impacts reproducibility in microscopy.
  • The resources and initiatives that exist to improve education, rigor, and reproducibility in microscopy.
  • How collaboration between researchers, imaging scientists, and microscopy vendors can drive innovation and adoption of new technologies.

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