Esperanza Agullo-Pascual

Community Manager at FocalPlane

About Esperanza Agullo-Pascual

Scientific field: Cell biology

Posts by Esperanza Agullo-Pascual

Meet BC43, Andor’s New Benchtop Confocal Microscope

Sponsored by Andor, on 8 November 2021

Andor Technology, an Oxford Instruments company and world leader in scientific imaging solutions, today announced the addition of BC43, a revolutionary benchtop confocal system, to its award-winning microscopy portfolio.  A Big Deal in a Small Box An affordable and high-speed confocal microscope, with a small footprint, BC43 is purposefully easy to use, allowing researchers to

Dragonfly: The Ideal Confocal System for Expansion Microscopy

Sponsored by Andor, on 30 August 2021

Challenges in Imaging Expanded Samples The resolution in light microscopy is limited by the diffraction limit of light, which means that structures that are closer than 200 nm apart cannot be distinguished unless researchers use Super-resolution techniques. An alternative approach to super-resolution methods was developed by Edward Boyden’s laboratory at MIT in 2015 [1]. Instead of increasing

Andor and Akoya Biosciences to Collaborate in Spatial Omics market

Sponsored by Andor, on 8 July 2021

ANDOR, a global manufacturer of high performance scientific cameras, spectrographs and microscopy systems, is pleased to announce a co-marketing agreement with Akoya Biosciences Inc., The Spatial Biology Company®. Under this agreement the companies will support their mutual user base within Akoya’s Imaging Innovators (I2) Network. Andor Dragonfly high speed confocal products combined with Akoya’s CODEX® solution

Introducing our new Community Manager

Posted by , on 15 February 2021

Hello FocalPlane community! My name is Esperanza and I recently joined the Journal of Cell Science team as the new FocalPlane Community Manager. As a cell biologist, I have always been interested in visualising cellular processes. My interest in microscopy started during my PhD in the laboratory of Dr David Garcia-Dorado at Vall d’Hebron Research