Apply to this course at SciLife and learn about Antibody-based technologies on the 25th of March.
The image analysis help you have always dreamt of, totally for free!!! 😱😱😱
Deadline 6th of feb!
First SciLifeLab BioImage Informatics call4help zoom session
On the 14th February 2019, 10:00 – 12:00 the SciLifeLab BioImage Informatics Facility is organizing an online support session on BioImage Analysis (“call4help” session).
How does it work?
Each selected participant gets a 15 min slot. You have 5 min to present your problem. It is mainly about showing the scientific context, representative input images, describing desired output measurements, and giving a brief statement about what was done before. The remaining 10 min we will brainstorm together on the possible solution(s), discuss tools, techniques, etc.
The Bioimage Informatics Facility can provide further support, if needed. We are happy to announce that Sylvie Le Guyader, Live Cell Imaging Facility, KI, Huddinge, is joining the session as microscopy expert.
How can I participate?
Prepare a presentation – use this template for your presentation:
a) Upload your presentation to this google drive:
b) AND send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org until 6th February 2019.
Join this zoom-session.
If your problem is selected for presentation, you will get a time-slot of 15 minutes within the session (14th February 2019, 10:00 – 12:00). If not, you are welcome to join the discussion anyway!
What are the Deadlines
Submission of a problem: until 6th February 2019
Notification about participation: 8th February 2019
Session: 14th February 2019, 10:00 – 12:00
Sylvie Le Guyader
The call4help format was initially developed by ScopeM, ETH Zürich.
Registrations are open now for 2 fantastic ways to reach the stars with your image analysis:
- The new Neubias conference is open now! Unfortunately it falls during the last week of the LCI course… 🙁
- An image analysis Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) produced by EPFL in Switzerland
Ready? Get set! Go! 🙂
The Live Cell Imaging facility is back with its intensive microscopy course! In 2018 we moved to a new building so there was no course but we will strike again in Jan-Feb 2019!!You will definitely learn tons at our course. Have a look at the program and judge for yourself.
As usual we run 2 courses in parallel:
#2870, 6 points, is the full course with all lectures, workshops, demos… This will run 22/jan-08 feb, 3 days/week 9:00-17:15.
#2871, 4.5 points, is the same minus some workshops and demos. This course will run at the same dates but 10:00-15:00.
The rest of the time is used for home assignments.
All lectures are open to the public without any registration so tell your colleagues!
Course applications are open from today and until the 15th of November. The full course (2870) has only 16 spots available so just go for it NOW! 🙂
Someone telling you where to start your clearing experiments! Sounds like a dream paper, doesn’t it? 😉
Here is the link.
Expansion microscopy and clearing are fantastic tools for anyone who images thick (> 1 cell diameter) fixed samples. We are now lucky to have access to state of the art talks and hands-on workshops at Scilife in September. Register early not to be disappointed!
Please apply to Hans (first day) and David (second day) directly!
Here is where to register for the next Neubias, the European Image Analysis school! Learn how to build your own image analysis pipeline with expert help! 🙂
Only a few days left to register!
Alyona Minina from the Confocal microscopy facility at SLU came up with really nice videos about Zen and how to use Zeiss confocals
Have a look!
Our infamous Hans Blom from the Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Scilife, is organizing a workshop at the end of this month.
Light sheet, super resolution and FCS on the menu, talks and demos.
Have a look at the program. 🙂
Neubias is a European effort to get biologists comfortable with image analysis. conferences (Hungary, Jan 2018), courses, facility staff training, ‘biologists meet analysts’ meetings… They have it all!
Now this is your chance to learn and get help to analyze images for your microscopy project! Check the Neubias conference and courses in Hungary!
And if you would like to work with microscopy in the future, remember to join the ELMI (European Light Microscopy Initiative) so you get all their job announcements! 🙂