Tips & Tricks on Clearing & Expansion Microscopy
The Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Science for Life laboratory welcomes you to a tutorial day covering tips and tricks of clearing and expansion microscopy transfered by national experts. September 13th 2018. Register before August 31st.
Digital image analysis for scientific applications, 8 ECTS
This Uppsala Univeristy course will give a broad understanding of computerized image analysis and a basic understanding of theory and algorithms behind the computerized image analysis methods. Apply before September 1st
Introduction course in Image analysis for Life sciences
PhD course in basic Image Analysis arranged by the CCI and powered by NEUBIAS trainers. Course dates are 17-20 September, 2018. The course provides a introduction to image processing and analysis, with emphasis on biologically relevant examples.
Optical Clearing and Expansion Microscopy symposium
The Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Science for Life laboratory cordially welcomes you to an symposium covering applications of optical clearing and expansion microscopy from world leading experts. September 12th, 2018. Register before August 31st.
1st Annual CryoNet Symposium
The 1st Annual CryoNet Symposium will gather Scandinavian researchers, students and technical staff to discuss the latest advances in Cryo-electron microscopy with some of the world leading researchers in the field. October 8-9 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark
Advanced Microscopy for Life Science
A course for all scientists interested in advanced microscopy. The three days course offer an insight to all imaging techniques provided by NMI. Experts from the four NMI nodes will be present throughout the course. The course is hosted by Lund University the 25th to 27th of September 2018.
Hands on immunofluorescence
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.
ARTiS picture contest 2018 is open!
Can you see art in science? Is your science beautiful? The University of Copenhagen invites you to combine art and science and to share your beautiful science visualizations. The Art in Science Picture contest is open for submission until July 31st, 2018
National Microscopy Infrastructure
NMI is a Swedish infrastructure for the use and support of advanced microscopy in life science. NMI is supported from the Swedish Research Council and cofinanced from the participating Universities, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, Umeå University and University of Gothenburg.
The mission of NMI is to provide faster access to innovative technology and competence in microscopy for the life science research community. NMI will also coordinate national and international knowledge exchange in microscopy.
Framtidens Forskning - published a very nice feature on CCI and interview with head of facility Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez.
Read the entire article at Framtidens Forskning
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez head of the NMI node at Gothenburg University is now a member of the SCANDEM, Nordic Microscopy Society, board