The Basic EM Course provides general and basic introduction to PhD students and postdocs, who would like to work with EM methods in their projects. The course covers fundamental theory and operational principles as well as specimen preparation techniques for SEM/TEM.
Two simultaneous training schools focus on Bioimage Data Analysis arranged by the NMI Centre for Cellular Imaging at the University of Gothenburg and supported by the NEUBIAS COST Action CA15124, September 2017.
The Advanced Microscopy Workshops bring together researchers from the Nordic countries working with advanced microscopy modalities. The meeting is organized by the NMI BioImaging Facilities in Solna and ZEISS, September 2017.
Test your skills in this online image analysis challenge and you have the chance to win registration to CYTO 2018 meeting in Prague, a complimentary ISAC membership, and chance to participate in a paper published on the challenge in Cytometry Part A.
Challenge ends in June so hurry up!
Welcome to SciLifeLab Science Summit 2017, May 3. International and national speakers are lined up to discuss the current state and future perspectives of bioimaging technologies and how they are used in research.
Workshop in optical microscopy for life science arranged by SkinResQU together with Cyclon-HIT (Marie Curie ITN project) and the Centre for Cellular Imaging (NMI Node), in Gothenburg, May 2017.
The NMI Centre for Cellular Imaging, in collaboration with ZEISS, is pleased to invite you on April 5th to 6th 2017 to a workshop focused on cleared tissue imaging with the Lightsheet Z.1.
Arranged by the NMI Centre for Cellular Imaging at the University of Gothenburg. The course will deal with different aspects of modern cellular and molecular microscopy. Gothenburg, April 2017.
2-day training course for facility staff within the NMI consortium. The course will take place in Gothenburg the 14-15th of March, 2017, and it will cover all the details of the IMARIS software from data visualization, measurement and tracking, object detection to Batch-processing.
In this Science webinar, we will introduce the new Human Cell Atlas.