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Dip. Chimica, Biologia e Biotecnologie Università degli Studi di Perugia

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Across nearly every therapeutic area and application in basic research and assay development – whether it’s systems biology or drug discovery – there’s a growing demand for greater physiological relevance. Scientists want to study more complex models such as primary cells, live cells, or cells cultured in 3D, and generate detailed phenotypic fingerprints for deeper biological insights. But to gain these insights, you need the throughput to assess varied conditions, the resolution to capture high-quality image data – and the tools to turn that data into knowledge.

Now there’s a system that combines speed and sensitivity with the powerful and intuitive data analysis you’ve come to trust from the Operetta platform: It all comes together in the Operetta CLS system.

Register yourself today to not miss this opportunity!

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9:45 - Registration & Welcoming

10:00 - Welcoming and Presentation of the H-ECoTox laboratory (AMIS) - Gabriele Cruciani, DCBB, University of Perugia

10:20 - Introduction to PerkinElmer Life Science Solutions - Massimo Carucci, Account Manager, PerkinElmer Italia

11:00 - Fundamental Concepts and New Frontiers in High Content Imaging - Veronique Berchet, Subject Matter Expert HCS, PerkinElmer

11:30 - Focus on Applications - Veronique Berchet, Subject Matter Expert HCS, PerkinElmer

12:00 - Make it Easy with HARMONY Software: Live Analysis Demonstration - Veronique Berchet, Subject Matter Expert HCS, PerkinElmer

12:40 - Wrap-up and closure note - Massimo Carucci, Account Manager, PerkinElmer Italia

13:00 - End of sessions

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