registration by email to: email@example.com
We are happy to announce that CCI now can offer MALDI-Imaging Mass Spectrometry technology. We would like to give our gratitude to Jörg Hanrieder and his group for allowing us to open and offer this fantastic instrument and technology to our users!
And to celebrate this collaboration on the 28th of April from 13:00 to 15:00 we have organised an Online seminar: Introduction to MALDI-Imaging Mass Spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry Imaging – A new dimension of chemical microscopy
Jörg Hanrieder, Associate Professor (Docnet) Department of Psychiatry and Neurochemistry, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Elemental and molecular imaging – integrating spectroscopic techniques into MS workflows
Martina Marchetti-Deschmann, Professor at the Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Register to receive a link for the seminar: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKuMT4DteoprJXQfSZohMMMIaiCi4mkOFuKTrBhyq-tG5LXg/viewform
Euro-BioImaging is organizing a third online User Forum on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 from 14:00-17:00 CEST. The topic is “At the Forefront of Neuroscience.” This event will highlight the importance of cutting-edge imaging technologies in support of brain research and showcase the specific expertise available at our Nodes across Europe through case studies presented in tandem with the research community.
Welcome to the first meeting of the Bridging Nordic Microscopy Infrastructures (BNMI) network that will take place at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík, Iceland August 17-19 2022. Registration and more info: https://bnmi.hi.is
This two-week web-based course, FSK3533 at KTH, 3.0 ECTS credits, is for PhD students in particular but other interested are also welcome to register and attend the lectures. The four topics on the flyer above are covered equally, with lectures, lab-demonstrations and discussion groups.
Register by sending an email to Stefan Wennmalm, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course covers fundamentals in scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM/TEM) techniques, suitable for applications in both physical and life sciences. 18 participants will be accepted to the course where selection will be based on current academic project and motivation to learn the EM methods.
* Physical participation during the course will be subjected to change upon recommendations from university.
The registration closes on February 11th 2022.
Lectures at KBC Building and laboratory demonstrations at UCEM.
Centre Coordinator / Director
Phone: +46 (0)70 932 49 36
24 Jan – 11 Feb
The Live Cell Imaging core facility at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden will start its intensive microscopy course next week. Applications are closed but all lectures are broadcasted live and open to anyone without registration. And yes, it is free!
The aim for this course is to improve the microscopy skills of students and researchers who have already used a microscope to acquire digital images of fluorescent samples but feel that more knowledge could help them.
The course covers the following topics:
– Optics, image formation
– Fluorescence, fluorophores
– Anatomy of a microscope
– Objectives and refraction index
– Cameras and detectors
– Noise and background, Bit depth and saturation
– Multichannel imaging and spectral unmixing
– Resolution and contrast
– Sample preparation, Immunostaining
– Nyquist sampling
– Confocal and wide field settings
– Speed, High throughput/content
– Volume imaging, deconvolution
– Clearing and expansion
– Live cell imaging
– AI, Super Resolution microscopy
– Data handling, OMERO.figure
On this page (https://ki.se/en/bionut/lci-microscopy-course), you can find the course schedule (public activities are in blue) and the Zoom link to join. Scroll down to read the student testimonies!
Hope you enjoy the Live Cell Imaging core facility microscopy course 2022!
Euro-BioImaging is organizing an online User Forum on October 14, 2021 from 14:00-17:00 CEST. The topic is “Understanding and Fighting Cancer.” This event will highlight the importance of cutting-edge imaging technologies in support of cancer research and showcase the specific expertise available at our Nodes across Europe through case studies presented in tandem with the research community.
Registration is open to all and free of charge. Please register by October 14th.
NMI at Stockholm University organize a workshop with Oxford Instruments with an Introduction to IMARIS, hands-on training and individual IMARIS 1-1 Clinic.
To reserve a seat, register here. Registration closes on the 28th of September.
The number of seats are limited and will be filled on first-come-first-serve basis. Once the registration closes, those interested in the Hands-on sessions will receive a WebEx and an AmazonApp link which can be used to join the event and gain access to IMARIS on the Virtual Desktops.
To reserve a time slot in the IMARIS Clinic, please send an email with information on the labeled object and the scientific question /type of analysis to email@example.com. You can upload your datasets no later than the 28th of September, using the Upload tool.
If you register but realize that you will be unable to attend, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that we can give the seat to the next person on the waiting list.
Arranged by the Gothenburg NMI node. This course provides a hands-on introduction to image processing and analysis, with emphasis on biologically relevant examples.