Contrast-Enhanced Bladder Tumor Imaging
Join Massimo Alfano, PhD, as he discusses a novel platform for bladder tumor imaging.
Colorectal Tumor Imaging
Join Jessica Freeling as she discusses several models of colorectal cancer in mice and their imaging methods.
#ExpertAnswers: Davide Boido and Antoine Bergel on Multimodal NeuroimagingDarius Soo Lum
Davide Boido and Antoine Bergel discuss their work on how state-of-the-art multimodal neuroimaging can be coupled with functional ultrasound to study neurovascular coupling across vigilance states.
Pancreatic Tumor and Therapy Monitoring
Join Dr. Srivalleesha Mallidi as she discusses advances in pancreatic cancer therapies using ultrasound-guided photoacoustic imaging.
Combining Ultra High Frequency Ultrasound and Photoacoustic Imaging: A Significant Breakthrough in Oncology
Join Professor Annarosa Arcangeli as she discusses the use of multi-modal imaging to detect and monitor pancreatic and liver tumors.
Essential Bruker NMR Trainings 2023Andrew Davies
Join Bruker experts online for 1 hour every month in this essential training program designed for NMR Scientists.
Multimodal Neuroimaging Using Functional Ultrasound (fUS)
Drs. Davide Boido and Antoine Bergel show how state-of-the-art multimodal neuroimaging can be coupled with functional ultrasound (fUS) to study neurovascular coupling across vigilance states.
Real-time IntraVital Microscopy (IVM): In Vivo Cellular-level Imaging of Internal Organs in a Live Animal
Join Pilhan Kim, PhD for an in-depth discussion on the All-in-One intravital two-photon and confocal microscopy system.
Industry Insights with Crown Bioscience: Targeting T Cells Within the Cancer-Immunity Cycle
In this episode of Industry Insights, Saskia De Man, PhD, Marrit Putker, PhD, and Pirouz Daftarian, PhD, from Crown Bioscience discuss assays and methods for evaluating T cell therapeutics, including organoids, co-cultures, and high content imaging.
#ExpertAnswers: Dennis Turner on the Metabolics of DementiaDarius Soo Lum
Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
#ExpertAnswers: Adrián Rodríguez-Contreras and Barbara Lind on Neurovascular CouplingDarius Soo Lum
Adrián Rodríguez-Contreras and Barbara Lind discuss their work on neurovascular coupling in awake head-fixed and anesthetized mice, with a focus on the effects of anesthetics.
Industry Insights with Crown Bioscience: In Vitro Technologies for Studying the Cancer-Immunity Cycle
In this episode of Industry Insights, Rajendra Kumari, PhD, and Gera Goverse, PhD, from Crown Bioscience answer questions about in vivo, in vitro, and ex vivo technologies and methods that can be used for immuno-oncology research along each step of the cancer-immunity cycle.
Neurovascular Coupling: Novel Insights from Studies in Awake Head-Fixed and Anesthetized Mice
Join Dr. Barbara Lind and Dr. Adrián Rodríguez-Contreras as they discuss neurovascular coupling in awake head-fixed and anesthetized mice, with a focus on the effects of anesthetics.
Strategic Approaches to Age-Related Metabolic Insufficiency and Transition into Dementia Syndrome
In this webinar, Dr. Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
Biomarker Imaging for Preclinical Cancer Research
Cancer biomarkers that do not cross the translational gap to clinical practice can still further research and drug discovery. In this article, we review several techniques commonly used for cancer biomarker imaging at preclinical stages, as well as recent technological advances.
Functional Ultrasound: Pushing the Boundaries of Neuroimaging
Although ultrasound has been used clinically for decades, advances in its temporal and spatial resolution have opened the door for its use in neuroscience research. In this blog post, we review a very recent and outstanding example of functional ultrasound neuroimaging published in Nature Methods in 2022 (featured image © 2022 Renaudin et al., licensed under CC BY 4.0).
Unlocking Your Clinical Understanding of Post-Acute COVID Syndrome (PACS), Patient Recovery, and Risk of Subsequent Disease
Watch this webinar to learn about the metabolic changes during COVID-19 disease, how these can be accurately tracked and how NMR can improve the clinical understanding of Long-COVID.
#ExpertAnswers: Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien on Ultrasound Imaging in Stroke and Neurovascular DiseasesDarius Soo Lum
Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien discuss their work on microvascular and functional ultrasound imaging in stroke and neurovascular diseases.
Microvascular & Functional Ultrasound Imaging: Insights into Stroke and Neurovascular Diseases
Dr. Franck Lebrin and Dr. Denis Vivien discuss functional ultrasound imaging and its application to the study and treatment of stroke and other neurological diseases.
#ExpertAnswers: Pierre Pouget and Serge Picaud on Functional Ultrasound ImagingDarius Soo Lum
Pierre Pouget and Serge Picaud discuss functional ultrasound imaging and how it can be used to study the brain in behaving non-human primates.
Cardiac PET/MR Imaging in Small Rodents
Experts provide a comprehensive overview of approaches to address cardiac and respiratory gating in PET and MRI in rodent models.
Advanced MicroCT for Non-Destructive 3D Multiscale Analysis
Experts provide a tour of academic and industrial use cases in Materials Science, Engineering and Life Science.
Functional Ultrasound Neuroimaging in Awake & Behaving Non-Human Primates
Dr. Pierre Pouget and Dr. Serge Picaud provide an overview of fUS imaging and discuss how it can be used to study the brain in behaving non-human primates.
Bruker Micro-CT/XRM User Meetinghayleighisc
A two-day virtual user meeting showcasing state-of-the-art applications in both life and material sciences, and provides the latest Bruker news about hardware and software.
#ExpertAnswers: Edward Bahnson on Light-sheet Fluorescence Microscopy and Vascular Injuryhayleighisc
Edward Bahnson, PhD presents the development and validation of a methodological approach using light-sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) for the imaging of preclinical models of vascular injury with a focus of minimizing analysis bias while increasing precision and reproducibility.