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.
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.
This advanced course on methods in bioimage analysis concentrates on teaching cutting-edge concepts and tools for quantitative image analysis and will seek to upgrade the competencies of future bioimage analysis experts on both theoretical algorithm advancements as well as on practical implementation skills.
The registration deadline for the DIASA course has been prolonged to March 25th, click here for more info. This is great opportunity to learn more about image analysis for scientific applications. Go to the course homepage and sign up!
This course covers lectures and practical demonstrations in super-resolution microscopy and light-sheet imaging, as well as fluctuation correlation spectroscopy techniques. During week 2 participants (at home) use the aquired knowledge about the advance microscopy techniques to plan their own research projects.
Organizer: KTH-ALM Location: SciLifeLab in Solna, Tomtebodavägen 23 Time: May 22nd-25th lectures/demos; May 29th – June 2nd own project, 2023 Contact and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org, Stefan Wennmalm KTH/SciLifeLab
Do you want to learn how to derive qualitative and quantitative insights on molecular mechanisms in cells and developing organisms? Then join ‘Advanced fluorescence in imaging techniques’, a hands-on course for researchers using light microscopy equipment to solve biological problems at the cellular and molecular level in vivo.
This course covers lectures and practical demonstrations in SEM and TEM techniques. The contents include principles of focused electron and ion beam microscopy, specimen preparation for EM imaging and advancements in electron microscopy such as high-resolution TEM, scanning TEM, electron diffraction, elemental analysis and in-situ electron microscopy.
The target group is PhD students from all subjects where digital image analysis (IA) is used as a research tool. No previous experience in IA is required from the course participants, but an interest in its potential as a tool in their own research is important. The course can be followed with a basic knowledge of mathematics (corresponding to upper‐ secondary level entry requirements) and basic computer skills.