Life Science Technology day – Novel 3D biology applications

The Advanced Light Microscopy (ALM) NMI node at SciLifeLab welcomes you to a KTH networking event where leading KTH scientists present novel 3D biological sample generation and visualisation applications.

Place: Inghesalen, Campus Solna, Tomtebodavägen 18, Stockholm
Time: June 3rd, 9-12 am

Mass Spectrometry Imaging Zoom seminar

Take the chance to join this Mass Spectrometry Imaging Zoom seminar on the 4th April, 15:00-16:00 (CET time). It will be given by Dr. Peter Weber from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, US. Dr. Weber is an expert in NanoSIMS imaging, as well as multiphoton microscopy and coherent Raman imaging. His research focus is microanalysis, microbial ecology, soil processes, elemental and isotopic tracers, and microbial and nuclear forensics. He has analyzed a broad range of materials, worked on methods to link microbial function and identity in complex microbial communities, and has studied microbial mineralization, symbiosis, predation, nitrogen fixation, carbon fixation, carbon cycling and phosphorus uptake. Dr. Weber is interested in correlated imaging and pushing the limits of compositional sensitivity, including developing methods to analyze viruses, cell membranes, and microarrays.

Title: “NanoSIMS studies from microbial ecology to nuclear forensics: Connecting microanalysis to the world”

Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 660 8706 4352
Passcode: 210138

The ZOOM seminar will be held 15:00-16:00 including discussion, then 16:00-16:30 will be a separate informal discussion time for those that want to stay.

Second call for canSERV is now open

Euro-BoImaging is pleased to announce that the second Open Call from the Horizon Europe-funded canSERV project is here! All user projects – ranging from basic discovery science to translational science and into personalised oncology on any type of cancer – are eligible. The total indicative funding volume of this call is 1 Million Euro across the entire canSERV consortium. Within this project, NMI and many other Euro-Bioimaging Nodes offer access to their expertise. Read more in the links below!

Apply by May 21st, 2024:

TEM sample preparation practical course

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

Register for Euro-BioImaging’s Virtual Pub 2024

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. 

NMI supports cancer research through canSERV and Euro-BioImaging

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:

Welcome to the Opening of the Lightsheet 7 at CCI

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:

See the flyer below for more information!

Workshop on dynamical microscopy

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

Basic Course in Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy (SEM/TEM) for Life Sciences

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
Contact email:

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