This week we had new fluorescent microscope installed.  It is called the Echo Revolve microscope. (https://discover-echo.com)

It can be used as an inverted microscope (samples in dishes) or as a upright microscope (slides, material samples).  Also, the Muday lab will be using it in a horizontal position to perform gravitropic experiments.

The microscope has: bright field, phase, polarization, DAPI, GFP, RFP capabilities as well as a monochrome and color camera.  Everything is controlled by an iPad pro, so it’s easy to use!

This microscope was funded by:

Wake Downtown, Wake Engineering, Muday Lab, Boatman Lab, and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

http://college.wfu.edu/microscopy/instrumentation/revolve4-microscope/