We look forward to the next Euro-BioImaging User Forum – this time on the topic of IMAGE DATA. The User Forum will take place on March 26th, 2-5 pm CET. This is a great opportunity to highlight the innovative image analysis and image data management solutions developed by you all at the Euro-BioImaging Nodes and supporting Euro-BioImaging Users!
A selection will be made among the submitted abstracts for joint presentations from Users and Nodes that should cover both scientific aspects of the research project as well as the technical aspects of the work. While presentations from Euro-BioImaging users are encouraged, other users of Euro-BioImaging Node facilities are also invited to submit their abstracts. So please consider if you have an interesting story from your users to share.
Time: 2-5 pm CET, March 26, 2024
Registration deadline: January 31, 2024
Welcome to a practical course on sample preparation for TEM at the NMI node UCEM in Umeå. Participants will practice TEM sample preparation and TEM imaging with a sample from their own project. The course includes Ultra-microtome sectioning, Chemical fixation, Plastic embedding, TEM imaging, High-pressure freezing & freeze substitution, Immunolabeling techniques (Immunogold, CLEM) and Volume EM (FIB-SEM & Tomography). For more information, please visit the course website, see link below.
Time: April 22-26, 2024
Registration deadline: January 27, 2024
Location: UCEM Umeå University
Did you know that Euro-BioImaging has a Virtual Pub every Friday at 13:00 CET on Zoom? Node staff and friends of Euro-BioImaging join with the Euro-BioImaging Hub staff for a virtual meeting – about topics that interest us all. We showcase our Nodes’ success stories and expertise, exciting science, travel grants, new technologies – and more!
Well, now the Virtual Pub is on Winter Break until January 12, 2024 but please register for the 2024 season by following the link below. Above you can see the schedule for January and February. Everyone is welcome!
NEW registration link:
Here’s the NEW registration link that will allow you to attend the Virtual Pubs in 2024:
Virtual Pub on YouTube:
Why not check out some of those past Virtual Pub events you may have missed over the holidays?
A selection of them are on YouTube:
You can also find the Virtual Pub’s YouTube channel here to the right on the NMI homepage.
We would like to highlight that there are a few spots still available in this imaging course given by the Live Cell Imaging (LCI) core facility at Karolinska Institutet Jan 29th – Feb 17th. The purpose of the course is to provide PhD students, researchers and core facility staff who have some prior experience of microscopy with enough theoretical and practical knowledge about their OWN sample and their OWN microscope, to enable them to:
1) assess and improve their sample so that it becomes suitable for data extraction from fluorescence images,
2) make best use of the hardware available in their lab/facility,
3) fully understand the acquisition parameters they need to set in their own microscope software,
4) design their experiment from scientific question to image analysis using a strong knowledge base.
To see how the course can help your microscopy project, check the course webpage. Look at the course schedule 2024 and the alumni testimonies! Also check the course syllabus to see the eligibility criteria. Also read what you will learn in the Course content and Intended Learning Outcomes sections. If you cannot apply to the course, you can anyway follow any of the lectures (in blue on the schedule) as they will be publicly broadcasted live on Zoom and accessible to anyone without registration. The schedule and zoom link are available on the course page. The course is free of charge.
Euro-BioImaging is pleased to announce that the first Open Call from the Horizon Europe-funded canSERV project is here! Cancer Researchers are invited to apply for FREE state-of-the-art services and training at several European Research Infrastructures, including Euro-BioImaging ERIC. Within this project, NMI and many other Euro-Bioimaging Nodes offer access to their expertise. It’s an amazing opportunity for the cancer research community to access a wide-ranging portfolio of services.
Apply by January 4th, 2024:
The BNMI network conference brings the Nordic imaging infrastructures, including NMI, closer together and strengthens our collaboration. The goal of the meeting is to encourage networking between application scientists, developers and industry in order to improve the quality and impact of microscopy in the Nordic countries. The third Bridging Nordic Microscopy Infrastructure (BNMI) network conference will take place April 9th-12th 2024 in the beautiful Norwegian mountains. Deadline for registration is February 8th 2024.
More information and registration can be found here:
The Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI), our NMI node in Gothenburg, has installed a new Lightsheet 7 fluorescence microscope and will celebrate this by hosting an opening day with seminars and demos of both the new Lightsheet instrument and other equipment at CCI. Please join us on January 18th to explore what is possible with this new instrumentation!
Organizer: CCI Sahlgrenska Academy & Zeiss
Location for lecture: Birgit Thilander, Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3, Göteborg
Location for demo: Medicinaregatan, floor 1, staircase of door 7A, Göteborg
Time of event: January 18, 2024
Deadline for registration: January 11, 2024
Registration weblink: https://forms.office.com/e/YH4eYMYSSy
See the flyer below for more information!
The advanced light microscopy (ALM) node of NMI welcomes you to a SciLifeLab workshop together with Zeiss on dynamical microscopy. It will cover imaging modalities such as AIRY, lattice lightsheet and FCS/DP, including quality control and image analysis. There will be a combination of technical information and applications, as well as parallel demo sessions.
Time of event: March 6, 2024
Location: SciLifeLab, Tomtebodavägen 23, Solna, Sweden
It is time to sign up for the SEM/TEM course given by the NMI node in Umeå next semester. This course covers lectures and practical demonstrations in SEM and TEM techniques, specifically for life science applications. The contents include principles of electron microscopy, specimen preparation, cryo-electron microscopy and correlative light-electron microscopy. The course is free but requires full attendance. For electron microscopy in physical science applications, there will be a similar-content basic course later.
Time of event: February 20-22, 2024
Registration deadline: January 26, 2024
Location: UCEM & KBC, Umeå University
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