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PRESS RELEASE: Transcend Vivoscope Unveils Cutting-Edge Imaging Technologies at SfN 2023

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2023

Washington D.C., Nov. 15, 2023 — Transcend Vivoscope made a triumphant return to Neuroscience 2023 (SfN) this year. Guided by the philosophy "Better Technology, Better Life", our team showcased our visionary array of neuroscientific imaging innovations, including "Multi-Photon Imaging of Freely Behaving Animals", "Multicolored Miniaturized Dual-Photon Microscopy for Deep Brain Imaging", and an engaging demonstration of "SUPERNOVA-100".

SUPERNOVA-100 Demo Draws Widespread Attention
The highlight of our exhibition was the SUPERNOVA-100, a state-of-the-art, compact dual-photon microscope. Attendees were captivated by interactive demonstrations, highlighting the device's ability to capture intricate neural processes. Originally introduced at SfN 2022, SUPERNOVA-100 has undergone refinement, boasting improved probes and enhanced imaging performance.

 

Poster Session: Technological Innovations in Deep Brain Imaging
Dr. Runlong Wu from Peking University shared insights about "Multi-Color Miniature Two-Photon Microscopy for Deep Brain Imaging" in the poster session.
With continuous innovations, Transcend Vivoscope is enhancing perspectives in neuroscience researches comprehesively. Within six years, Transcend Vivoscope has successfully launched multi-photon microscopy resolutions including FHIRM-TPM (2017), FHIRM-TPM 2.0 (2021), and the latest SUPERNOVA-3000 Miniaturized Three-Photon Microscope (2023).

 

SfN 2023: A Milestone for Global Market Strategy
Renowned experts, professors, and scholars from around the world convened at the Transcend Vivoscope booth during the five-day SfN exhibition to delve into the latest neuroscience research and advancements in multi-photon imaging technology. Their expressions of interest in collaboration underscored a successful exchange of ideas.

SfN 2023 marked a significant milestone in Transcend Vivoscope's global market strategy. Looking ahead, Transcend Vivoscope remains committed to exploring and innovating in multi-photon imaging technology, contributing to the future of neuroscience research.