"Humanized" design makes it easy for anyone in the lab
Widefield fluorescent images indistinguishable expensive systems
Advantages of the EVOS over traditional microscopes
Integrated, intuitive, easy-to-use design and powerful LED technology
How my lab benefits from EVOS' all-in-one design
Better than a traditional scope for teaching/sharing/collaborating
All-in-one design appeals to both beginners and experts
EVOS fits easily within a hood for stem cell/cell culture work
Directly modify and manipulate images without 3rd-party software
EVOS XL Core
EVOS Onstage Incubator
Celleste Image Analysis Software
Education and training resources for EVOS cell imaging systems include courses taught at your site and online, and an abundance of online materials.
Thermo Fisher field application scientists (FAS) will travel to your site and train laboratory personnel on their own instrument in their working environment. Lecture and discussion sessions include time to ask questions and interact informally.
Hourly interactive online training/consulting by FAS staff is also available.
These topics in the Cell Analysis Learning Center are particularly relevant to EVOS cell imaging systems:
In this guided learning module from the Molecular Probes School of Fluorescence, learn about the fundamentals of fluorescence microscopy, find protocols for cell staining, and get troubleshooting help for your experiments.
Learn about imaging microscopy and high-content analysis, including articles on new applications and techniques, webinars, and videos covering controls, experiment design, and more. Topics include live- and fixed-cell imaging, high-content analysis for quantitative imaging, and automated imaging platforms as well as transmitted light and colorimetric imaging applications.
In the Cell Imaging Support Center, part of our Cell Analysis Support Center, you can find tips and troubleshooting suggestions for EVOS instruments as well as other Thermo Fisher cell imaging systems. Among the resources are:
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.