[3dem] Workshop: "From 3D Light to 3D Electron Microscopy:
Correlative Microscopy for the Life Sciences"
robert.kirmse at zeiss.com
Tue Dec 17 06:58:43 PST 2013
on behalf of Zeiss I would like to take the opportunity to announce a
are organizing together with the VIB in Ghent beginning of March 2014.
Please see below and visit the website for more information.
We are looking forward to welcome you in Ghent.
>From 3D Light to 3D Electron Microscopy: Correlative Microscopy for the
The Flanders Institute of Biotechnology (VIB), in collaboration with
Zeiss, is organizing a meeting on 3D correlative light and electron
microscopy for the life sciences.
Because life happens in 3 dimensions it is crucial for scientists to
visualize biological structures within their context. 3D electron
microscopy offers the possibility to obtain high resolution data sets from
which scientists can explore ultrastructural information in three
dimensions. Automated field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM)
is a giant step forward in the process of obtaining 3D volume information
at nm resolution.
This scientific meeting and workshop will focus on the use of 3D SEM in
life sciences and the recent developments in CLEM. There will be 2 keynote
lectures by experts in biological imaging (Professor Harald Hess of
Janeila farms HHMI and Professor Mark Ellisman of UCSD, NCMIR) scientific
sessions lead by by world leaders in the field (Marco Cantoni, Lucy
Collinson, Pascal Fua, Yannick Schwab and Cristel Genoud), workshops and
round table discussions. The participants will have the opportunity to
present their work as a poster or selected oral presentation.
Registration is free for academic applicants, but strictly limited to 100
participants. You can register at http://www.zeiss.com/3DEM.
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