Join us at the NMI-CCI, Gothenburg, for an insight into the applications of instruments and software for live cell imaging and take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn how your work can benefit from a flexible platform for fast and gentle super resolution imaging.
This course is organized by the Cell Profiling Facility and the HPA Cell Atlas team. The course will cover sample preparation for immunofluorescence, fluorescence microscopy and how to acquire images from confocal microscopes. The course includes both theory and hands on work. Apply before June 25th 2018.
The nine finalists are ready and it is time to vote for your favorite in the “Art meets Science” image competition. One vote per e-mail adress, voting will end May 27th and the winner will be announced at the Symposium Advanced Imaging of Cellular processes in vintro and in vivo on May 27th.
May 27 – 29, 2018 NMI and Stockholm University Intravital Microscopy cordially welcome you to the first symposium on advanced imaging of cells in vitro and in vivo to listen to and discuss with world leading experts in the field. Registrations are open on the NMI web page.
This course will improve your knowledge in fluorescence light microscopy and image analysis. The course is a mix of lectures and hands-on training. Stockholm University, May 21st to 27th, 2018.
The NMI node in Umeå is hosting a Amira software training event on May 7th. The workshop includes an introductory lecture followed by hands-on training including data visualization, quantitative measurements, segmentation etc. Registration by email.
“Art meets Science” Submit your best microscopy images for a chance to win a Nikon camera. Show that your scientific work can also be creative, artistic and beautiful. Send in your contribution before May 1st 2018.
The purpose of the course is to give training in sample preparation methods, introduction on image data acquisition workflow, and expand knowledge about cryo-EM methods among Swedish researcher. Apply before April 15th.
This national course will focus on antibody based technologies and describe the possibilities of using these technologies within the facilities at SciLifeLab. The course is addressed to current and potential facility users. Application deadline is February 25th. Course is 10th to 11th of April.
The course covers among chemical fixation, high pressure freezing, freeze substitution and plastic embedding methods, ultra-microtome sectioning, immunogold labeling, staining, TEM imaging and an introduction to FIB-SEM. Apply before March 15th, course is April 9-13.