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A Smarter Approach to Culturing and Nurturing Your Cells

Cells are the basic building blocks of life and the starting point for almost all life-science and clinical research. The field of cell culture has advanced greatly over the years. There are several challenges that have been addressed including laboratory design, microbiological safety cabinets, centrifuges, incubators, cell culture vessels and microscopes. However, cell culture process can be inconsistent as the results can vary depending on the skill and experience of the researcher.

As a leading optical and medical technology company we have come up with a solution that allows you to monitor your cells remotely, provides quantitative and most importantly consistent results crucial for high quality publications.

The Edison award (2021) winning OLYMPUS Provi CM20 incubation monitoring system provides quantitative data about the health of cell cultures while they are in the incubator. The system periodically scans the cultures, counts the number of cells, determines confluency, and wirelessly communicates the data to a tablet or PC. By using the CM20 system, you can acquire data that will help improve the reproducibility and stability of your cell culture process.

In this webinar, we will discuss the current challenges in cell culture techniques and how the Olympus CM20 can contribute to the improvement of cell culture process to help accelerate your research.

For people who wish to attend the webinar in the Asia-Pacific region, you may join our webinar on Wednesday, 1 December, 2021 at 10.30am IST / 1pm SGT / 4pm AEDT.

Click here to register

*This product is currently available only in India, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand

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Shogo Usui
Product Leader

My name is Shogo Usui and I'm product leader of CM20 at Olympus Corporation.

For over ten years, I have been an electrical engineer in the life science R&D team in Olympus Tokyo. I hold a Master’s degree in applied physics from the University of Electrical and Communication from Tokyo, Japan.

A Smarter Approach to Culturing and Nurturing Your CellsNov 06 2021
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