Check out this webinar tomorrow by Rickardo Henriques, the inventor of SRRF (surf), post processing magic for all types of images!
*Title:* Open and accessible cutting-edge technology for super-resolution and machine-learning enabled microscopy
*When: *June 5th 4:00 pm CEST
*How to access/register*
And here’s a small teaser if you want to quickly see the topics we’ll cover.
Hans Blom from the Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Scilife organises next week (10th and 1tth of June) 3 sessions of great seminars:
I especially recommend the CUBIC seminar to anyone who wants to image samples thicker than 100 um. This will teach you how to treat your sample to make it fully transparent so you can image through many cm of tissue!
Updates on the next events of the NEUBIAS Academy@Home Webinar series,
Newly confirmed events:
5 May: ilastik beyond pixel classification, by Anna Kreshuk and Dominik Kutra-
6 May: GPU-Accelerated Image Processing with CLIJ2, by Robert Haase
7 May: Interactive Bioimage Analysis with Python and Jupyter, by Guillaume Witz
Upcoming events open to registration:
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER:
28 April: Introduction to nuclei segmentation with StarDist, by Martin Weigert et al
29 April: Quantitative Pathology and Bioimage Analysis: QuPath v0.2.0, By Pete Bankhead
30 April: Advanced Image Processing with MorphoLibJ, by David Legland
Two weeks after the opening of the Academy and of the registrations, Webinars and online courses have already attracted over 5,000 registrations!
The events are recorded and some are already available on the Youtube NEUBIAS Channel.
Furthermore, a thread will be opened in the image.sc Forum to report Q&As and to welcome further questions/comments for each event.
You’ll find more information here.
Neubias is back with new ideas! Neubias is the Network of European Bioimage Analysts and what they burn for is to help scientists analyze their images.
Possibly inspired by the Corona time, they will start an online school for image analysis based on video tutorials and online events.
Have a look at their new page called Neubias academy where they announce several events coming up in the next few months.
Jennifer Watson’s Microcourses channel on You Tube is really recommended to anyone who uses a microscope.
Short targetted videos that will boil down the principles of light microscopy for biologist and help you understand what you are doing.
There are a few series, each of them with a few videos and the collection is constantly growing. Remember to subscribe so you get to know when they post a new one.
The LCI will host a seminar about GlyCLICK, a new way to directly label primary antibodies and stop using secondaries: 6th of November at 13:00 in the Lipid seminar room in Neo, KI Flemingsberg. The seminar will be broadcasted live. Here is how to find us and here how to follow the seminar online.
Everyone agrees that it would be great to be able to label our samples without using secondary antibodies.
- less animals killed
- shorter and cheaper protocols
- no problem with isotype cross-reaction
- no problem with secondary species when using many antibodies at once
There are many kits to label primary antibodies directly with fluorophores. The main disadvantage compared to primary/secondary stainings is that direct labels are often weaker because the final primary/fluorophore ratio is too low. Using an amplification method like TSA (Tyramide Signal Amplification) leads to a loss of resolution.
Over the years users at the LCI have tried this kit, this kit and this one. They gave mixed results depending on the antibody but we keep looking! Come to the LCI seminar about a new direct labelling technique that uses Click chemistry.
Nice speaker line up at this 1 day event on the 18th of october.
Organized by Astra Zeneca, EMBL and several Swedish universities, this is a good mingling event for microscopists! 😀
Tomorrow (17 sept) we will enjoy a seminar and a live demo about the Crest V3 spinning disk confocal which is being set up at our facility as I write! 😀
Very cool confocal!
- enormous field of view (32 mm diameter)
- fully confocal
- can image at 100 frames per sec
- spits out Nyquist resolution with the 60x objective!
You can come to the seminar (at 10 in the Gene seminar room at the LCI facility) or listen to it remotely (see here how to follow the LCI webinars).
You can even book a private demo to image your own samples.
Hans Blom and the Advanced Light Microscopy facility at Scilife organise one of their great super resolution microscopy course and a bunch of great seminars in September.
More information about the course and the seminar program (26th of september) can be found here.
See you all there! 😀
Imaris is a great image analysis software that is available to all the members of the Live Cell Imaging facility.
It is as easy to analyse 2D and 3D image files with Imaris. The software also allows you to make great multidimensional plots to present your data.
One can count objects inside objects (example number of vesicles per cell), measure shortest distances from one type of object to another (example distance from vesicles to the cell membrane), track cells even when they divide, trace neurons or blood vessels… all this in 3D, time, several colours.
On the 22nd of May, the LCI will host an Imaris workshop.
The morning seminar (held in Neo/DNA room) from 10-12 will be broadcasted for those who cannot join. Please follow the instructions on our website to follow the webinar.
In the afternoon, we will analyse the data of our users. Submit your images to DONTCHEVA Guergana (g.dontcheva(at)bitplane.com).