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 Registration: email@example.com
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.
IVMSU welcomes you to join the 2nd Nordic Online Symposium on Intravital Imaging. Take this opportunity to learn more about different approaches to deal with motion artifacts, which are a common issue in intravital imaging. This Symposium includes LIVE online demonstrations.
Time of event: 6th and 7th of December 2023 Location: ONLINE Deadline for registration: Dec 1st 2023 Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org, registration only possible with institutional email address.
We would like to highlight that Euro-BioImaging has been awarded a number of important Horizon Europe and other grants to provide funding for user access at Euro-BioImaging Nodes, including NMI. These grants will support researchers to unleash the power of cutting-edge imaging technologies and gain access to other European research infrastructures to enhance scientific results.
We invite you to participate in the KBC Days 2023 where the Umeå NMI research infrastructure will be presented. New NMI users are welcome to join and to talk to both BICU and UCEM staff. The microscopy facilities also offer facility tours.
Our Facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, is now recruiting (permanent position) a motivated and experienced Scientific Officer with expertise in Electron Microscopy and its various applications in life sciences and more specifically in volume EM and correlative multimodal imaging.
The post-holder will work within the Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI) national research infrastructure and in direct collaboration with the Cellular and Molecular Imaging SciLifeLab platform. The position will involve direct participation in the research projects by performing ultrastructural analysis on various biological specimens including cultured yeast, bacteria, insect, and mammalian cells as well as model organisms such as flies, nematodes, fish, and rodents. The post-holder will participate directly in the development of new 3D volume EM techniques under the guidance of the CCI Team and together with the Cellular and Molecular Imaging Scilifelab platform. Please, help us to spread this information in your networks, thank you!
Welcome to the second kick-off event for the national SciLifeLab site – now hosted by Umeå! Learn more about the services and infrastructure development, research highlights, and activities offered by SciLifeLab, both nationally and locally; interact with the SciLifeLab capabilities – Precision Medicine, Pandemic Laboratory Preparedness and Planetary Biology, and much more! Director of the new SciLifeLab site Umeå is Linda Sandblad of the NMI node UCEM and the NMI facilities in Umeå will be presented during the day.
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. For electron microscopy in physical science applications, there will be a similar-content basic course in early 2024.
Want to learn more about Cryo-EM sample preparation and data collection? Then sign up for this course at the UCEM NMI node in Umeå. The purpose of the course is to prepare and train Cryo-EM facility users in sample preparation methods, introduce users to the image data acquisition workflow, expand knowledge about Cryo-EM methods among researchers and show that everyone can learn how to use Cryo-EM for structure and cell biology.