Last week our education team finalized the installation of the Le Rosey’s first 3D Cell Explorer. Teachers are absolutely excited to include this state-of-the-art technology in their year’s curriculum.
Christophe Gudin, General Director of the institute says: “Teaching sciences is often tricky as so much of what we learn can’t be perceived by the naked eye. After trying Nanolive’s microscope, biology teachers at Le Rosey could use live images to show the theory that they were discussing; students also had the chance learn how to use state-of-the-art scientific research equipment. Having our own microscope will now allow this throughout the year.”