Most universities or other educational institutes make use of traditional microscopies to teach students everything about cells, tissues and performing experiments. However, there are still some shortcomings in traditional microscopy that can be compensated by using live-cell imaging in educational programs. In this video, we will take a closer look at the specific shortcomings in traditional microscopy and how the Lux2 can bridge this gap. This will be further substantiated by explain the unique selling points of the Lux2 and the consequential advantages for both students and teachers. In summary, these advantages are that students will be better engaged, develop a better understanding of dynamic processes and teachers will benefit from the simplicity of discussing and elaborating the data.