Ted Salmon is a Distinguished Professor in the Biology Department at the University of North Carolina. His lab has pioneered techniques in video and digital imaging to study the assembly of spindle microtubules and the segregation of chromosomes during mitosis.
Talks with this Speaker
Ted Salmon discusses the principles of dark field, phase contrast, polarization, and (DIC) microscopy and examples of how these techniques are used for imaging. (Talk recorded in )
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Ted Salmon gives a lecture about the pragmatics of differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy and video-enhanced contrast microscopy. (Talk recorded in )
Ted Salmon discusses the mechanism of the differential interference contrast (DIC) Wollaston prisms along with how to generate optimal contrast. (Talk recorded in )
Edward Salmon discusses polarization microscopy, which probes the interaction of molecules with polarized light, and describes the components of a polarization microscope. (Talk recorded in )
Ted Salmon describes the principles of dark field and phase contrast microscopy, two ways of generating contrast in a specimen which may be hard to see by bright field. (Talk recorded in )