Digital posters for interactive cellular media and bioengineering education.
Conventional posters are effective in disseminating progress reports in scientific meetings, but they fail to deliver the need for visualization of dynamic biological data and become costly with the increasing number of conferences and the reprinting needs for emerging research. Here we present digital posters that repurpose digital frames from the art community and experiment with multiplexed imaging movies of cells as a demonstration of the digital poster concept, providing an interactive and low-cost tool for next-generation sharing platforms.
Coskun, Ahmet F
1. Digital posters for interactive cellular media and bioengineering education.
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3. Spatially resolved transcriptomics and beyond.
4. Dense transcript profiling in single cells by image correlation decoding.
5. Imaging individual mRNA molecules using multiple singly labeled probes.