According to a recent study performed by the ARD/ZDF Media Commission, more than 60 percent of all Germans use the Internet on a daily basis. The time spent online averages two hours – actually, ample time to use the Internet for the purpose of continued education. Online learning is on par with the latest trends. An increasing number of universities are offering attractive learning platforms.
In partnership with the Florida State University, Carl Zeiss has inaugurated an online campus for fluorescence microscopy. The knowledge platform presents the technology based on applications. As a result, students are no longer required to sit in a lecture hall at a university to learn more about different fluorescence microscopic techniques. Visit www.zeiss.com/campus to find not only graphic articles written by experts, a photo gallery and interactive flash animations – you can even make your very own contributions to the platform.
The contents of the online platform comprises everything from basic theoretical knowledge to technological background information to practical applications. Articles written by leading scientists complement the curriculum. Experts rate fluorescence microscopic studies as a discipline with great potential.
Super high resolution microscopic applications, overcoming the diffraction limit and molecular level imaging are the central topics of 2009. Get a glimpse of the world of fluorescent matter in the online campus.