May we have your input, please?  Optimizing Microscopy Images

Are you doing ANY sort of optical microscopy (widefield, fluorescence, confocal, super-res, mutiphoton, etc.) …. with ANY sort of application (Life or Material Sciences, Semiconductors, Forensics, Food or Environmental Sciences, BioTech or Pharma) … ANYWHERE in the world?  Then we need your input!!

For 30 years, Microscopy/Microscopy Education (MME) has been collecting insight from REAL users such as yourself to help our colleagues bring new technology to market, faster, and more economically.  One of our colleagues has just invented a new way to improve both the resolution and contrast from any type of optical image.  Let us know what YOU think about it.  Just click HERE or aim/shoot your camera at the QR code below.

The study will take about 8 minutes … and to say “Thanks,” we will enter all completed studies into a drawing for one of FIVE $100 Amazon Gift Cards.

Invitations have also been sent through our friends at AZO and to our own in-house list, so if you have already received an invite, please use that link. Only 1 survey per person, please (duplicates are not eligible for the drawing). … but feel free to share THIS link with a colleague.  We love it when a study goes viral (MUCH better than the recent bug!!).

Deadline for receipt of completed studies: Midnight (EST), Saturday, July 17.
Winners will be contacted by email and posted: HERE, on Wednesday, July 20th.

This will be our LAST MME study.  After 45 years of practicing, writing, providing tech support, launching new products and new companies in microscopy, I am hanging up my shingle.  Don’t miss this wonderful chance to have your voice heard.  We are absolutely serious when we say, “Every data point counts!”

Barbara Foster, President & Chief Consultant
Microscopy/Microscopy Education
E: info@MicroscopyEducation.com

 

Celebrating 30 years of conducting User-Based Studies for Microscopy & Spectroscopy!

Most of our studies are designed to test feasibility of proposed new products; a few, to explore new trends and directions in our industry.  These studies provide a way for YOU to help the industry develop better instrumentation, faster, and more economically. Over that 30 years, tens of thousands of you have provided valuable insight.  You all have helped make over 100 new technologies/products available to the industry.

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