• Developing pollens of Arabidopsis thaliana.
  • Rhizome of Convallari majalis (Lily of the Valley). The fluorescence signals were detected at 500-541 nm and 604-674 nm respectively.
  • Breast cancer cells treated with clinical cancer drug, causing prolonged mitosis. Cells express GFP-fusion protein (green), marking autophagosomes.
Advanced Imaging Center (AIC) - Bringing together some of the finest minds in the field of cell discovery and analysis to shape the future of research.

Welcome

In science and industry, strategic collaboration is the way top-tier organizations keep pace with the speed of innovation. That's why Bitplane's software development model takes advantage of a global product feedback loop that includes top scientists and research facilities from around the world.

When you buy a Bitplane product, you can rest assured that the next imaging megatrend in the life sciences is at your fingertips. Our software features advanced analytical tools that take your research wherever expertise and intuition may lead.

As a user of Bitplane products or AIC services, you become a valued part of an expert network that guides our product development. And through that network, you'll be able to stay on top of the constant flood of new information that is reshaping the life sciences today.

AIC Chairman

Dr. Ed Rosa-Molinar
Eduardo Rosa-Molinar, Ph.D. received his undergraduate degree at the University of Alabama and his Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

He is Associate Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the University of Puerto Rico – Rio Piedras.

Schedule of Events

25th - 27th February 2015
Next Meeting of the AIC Committee

Location: Zürich, Switzerland >>>

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