The BioImaging community in Utrecht has its quarterly meeting on Tuesday November the 29th. Gerhard Blab will talk about the possibilities and mistakes in image analysis anddifferent microscope manufacturers will talk about and demo small microscopes in the Stratenum Building. At the end, the Imaging contest winners will be announced. <flyer>
Date: November 29th 2016
Location: UMCU, Stratenum Building. Vondelzaal (Rm. 3.108)
Time: 15:00-17:00 (+drinks)
A minisymposium is organized to celebrate the opening of a STED imaging facility at the Biology Imaging Center (BIC) of the Department of Biology at the Utrecht University.
Great speakers will highlight the use of this super resolution microscopic technique in their research lines from 14:00 onwards and the official opening will start at 16:15.
Location: Kruyt building (Room O.622).
Detailed program is listed here.
On Tuesday May 24 the next meetup with the BioImaging Utrecht community is planned from 15:00 to 17:00 h. Three talks on INTRAVITAL IMAGING are scheduled. Please stick the notification (PDF) into your agenda and let others know.
Location: UMC Stratenum Building – Vondelzaal (Rm 3.108)
The BioImaging Utrecht autumn meeting is announced to be at Tuesday the 24th of November and will be held in the UMC Stratenum building (Rm 3.108) from 15-17 hrs. Learn about cryoSEM, CLEM and label free microscopy by ptychography (PDF). In addition, the winners of the image contest 2015 will be announced. You can still vote for the best pictures until Friday the 13th of November at 17:00 hrs here.
Bioimaging Utrecht again arranges the ImageJ beginners course on October 13, 2015. The flyer can be downloaded here, as well as the registration form. It is a highly recommended way to get introduced into the ImageJ/FIJI image analysis by image processing experts.
A special seminar on correlative fluorescence-EM microscopy by Yannick Schwab (from the EMBL, Heidelberg) will be given on April 21st from 16:00 to 17:00 in the Vondelzaal (Stratenum 3, Universiteitsweg 100). He is hosted by Judith Klumperman and the title is:
Fast and precise targeting of single tumor cells in vivo by multimodal correlative microscopy.
More information can be found on the bioimaging website.