Workshop: Nanoimager from ONI, Nov 22-23, 2018.
The Nanoimages from ONI is a new generation of super-resolution microscope, which reveals biology in a new light. We can now image cells at the highest resolution, understand molecular interactions and dynamics and study the fundamentals of biology through single-molecule fluorescence.
The system will be presentated on Thursday Nov 22 at 9 am in Jörgen Lehman, Academicum. Then, it will be possible to get a short demo of the system or to try it with your own samples during a slightly longer session during Nov 22-23.
Workshop: Tools and Techniques for 3D Light and Electron Microscopy: Dec 12, 2017 - Gothenburg
This is a collaboration between the Centre for Cellular Imaging at the University of Gothenburg and Carl Zeiss. Scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) are increasingly used in biomedical research to obtain large volume data of biological samples. With a SEM you are not limited to grid-mounted samples and it is possible to produce hundreds of serial sections and investigate automatically in the SEM. Furthermore, blocks of cells or tissue can be processed directly in the microscope to produce large 3D volumes of pre-selected target areas. Using the latest software, this functionality offers a straightforward integration with other microscopy techniques such as fluorescence, laser scanning, and X-Ray microscopy. Applying these modalities enables you to combine functional and ultra-structural information across length-scales.
- Introduction into SEM portfolio
- Basics of SEM imaging in Life Sciences
- 3D volume in modern SEM methods
- Multi SEM
- Orion and or XRM
- Correlative Microscopy Scientific customer presentation related to SEM
Workshop: “Opening day” at the Centre for Cellular Imaging arranged together with Thermo Fisher Scientific, 2017
The Centre for Cellular Imaging is pleased to announce the installation of a new transmission electron microscope (TEM): Thermo Scientific™ Talos™ L120C TEM. This microscope is now installed at the CCI and to celebrate this we will host an “Open-Day" with seminars where you can learn about the advanced technology that powers this class-leading instrument. During this event we would like to invite you to take a glimpse into what is possible with today’s transmission electron microscopy, both in theory and practice, and learn what type of questions it can address!
13:00-13:10 – Welcome from the Head of the CCI, Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez
13:10-13:45 – Latest Technology and Solutions Focusing on Your Needs: Thermo Scientific Talos L120C TEM, Guarav Sharma
13:45-14:30 – Let’s Prove It! From Microscope to Your Success! Joanne Lo
14:30-16:30 – Visit to the CCI facility, microscope demonstrations* and refreshments
Workshop: Optical microscopy in life science - from basics to state of the art, 2017
4th Workshop CYCLON-HIT on the 3rd-4th of May 2017 at the Wallenberg conference centre and Centre for Cellular Imaging. Local organizers: Marica Ericson (Centre for skin research at University of Gothenburg & Chalmers) and Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez (CCI, University of Gothenburg)
Workshop: Light-sheet imaging of large cleared specimen, 2017
The CCI together with Zeiss will organize a seminar followed up with a workshop about the Lightsheet Z.1 system. Demo sessions will take place on the 5th and 6th of April. Please, register for the workshop-seminar to Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez, at the CCI email@example.com by March 20th, and for the demo please book for individual demonstrations in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop: “Opening day” at the Centre for Cellular Imaging arranged together with Carl Zeiss Nordics, 2016
The CCI is pleased to announce the installation of the LSM 880-Airyscan microscope with the fast acquisition module! This is the first system installed in the Nordics with the Airyscan-fast acquisition capability!
Please join us at the CCI Open day, to explore this new microscope!
Lecture-Hall: Birgit Thilander (Academicum), Medicinaregatan 3A
13:30-13:45 Welcome from the Head of the Core Facilities, Professor Göran Larson, and the Manager of the CCI, Dr Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez
13:45-15:00 Seminar: Airyscan goes Fast: An innovative use of the new confocal detector enables low-noise imaging at high frame rates. Dr Uroš Kržič, Senior Application Consultant at Carl Zeiss Microscopy
15:00- Visit to the CCI Facility, Refreshments!
Bridging Nordic Imaging Symposium, 2016
The CCI organized the Bridging Nordic Imaging Symposium and the 1st Cellular Imaging workshop, 14-15th of April 2016. Please, visit the BNI2016 homepage
Demo system: LSM 800 Airyscan, 2015
ZEISS offers the possibility to test the LSM 800 Airyscan microscope at the Centre for Cellular Imaging. A demo system will be available in the facility during one week: 31st of August - 4th of September, 2015. Individual demo sessions can be booked via email@example.com
Seminar: "LSM 8 family with SR Airyscan", 2015
ZEISS has recently launched the new LSM 880 and 800 with Airyscan. This opens a complete new world of confocal performance with fast and sensitive super resolution microscopy.
Seminar: March 30, 2015, at 13.30 in lecture hall "Carl Kylberg", Medicinaregatan 7B
Speaker: Hans Thorn, Application specialist, Carl Zeiss
Coffee will be served.
Please, sign up by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Workshop: STED superresolution microscopy, 2015
The Super-resolution stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy won the Nobel price in Chemistry 2014. Centre for Cellular Imaging now invites you to a seminar about this microscope and the underlying technique, STED! In addition, for those of you who would like to get a first look on your cells/tissue using this Super-resolution technique there is the possibility to sign up for a demonstration.
Tuesday March, 24, 2015, in lecture hall "Lyktan, Wallenberg Conference Center
9:15 - 10:00 Microdedic & Leica Microsystems:
An introduction to Leica STED Super resolution Microscopy
10:00 - 11:00 Dr. Christoffer Lagerholm, Imaging facility manager, University of Oxford:
Applications of STED microscopy - Combining STED with singel molecule detection and particle tracking
Throughout the week the Leica TCS SP8 STED 3X system is installed at the Centre for Cellular Imaging.
For demos contact: Simen Gylterud Owe, Micromedic AB, email@example.com, 47 91862041
For the workshop contact: Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez, Manager of the CCI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar and demonstrations: Quantitative Label-Free Live Cell Imaging, 2015
The Centre for Cellular Imaging invites you to a seminar and
demonstration of the Phasefocus VL21 label-free live cell imaging system.
Monday 23rd Febuary 2015 at 13:00 pm
Lecture Hall “Nils Wedel”, Medicinaregatan 9B.
Speaker: Joanne Whetstone, Phasefocus
Tuesday 24th - Friday 27th Febuary 2015. Please, sign up as soon as possible since there is a limited number of demo sessions.
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Please contact Maria Smedh, Centre for Cellular Imaging (email@example.com) or Joanne Whetstone at Phasefocus (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book a demonstration.
Workshop: Atomic Force Microscopy, 2015
The Centre for Cellular Imaging Core Facility at the University of Gothenburg together with Bruker would like to invite you to a workshop in "Atomic Force Microscopy" (AFM). Discover the AFM technique, how it can be used for Biological applications and take the first step into the Nano World!
Date: Tuesday 9th December.
Lecture-hall: Ingegerd Eriksson, Medicinaregatan 3.
The aim of the workshop is to make you
10:00 - 12:00
Presentation made by Alexander Dulebo, Bruker Application engineer, in tight relation with biological Universities in Europe using AFM
1:00 – 17:00
One to one discussion with Bruker Biologist Expert
Register and book a time by contacting email@example.com
Seminar: Imaris, 3D image analysis software, 2014
Bitplane AG invites you to discover how the 3D image analysis software Imaris can help you analyse your data.
Speaker: Erik von Stedingk, Bitplane AG
Date: November 25, 2014
Location: Meeting room Curt Weibull (Medicinaregatan 3)
Seminar: "First Lab-on-a-tip technology in the world". This half-day seminar presents a multifunctional pipette for performing experimental cell biology at the single cell level.
Speaker: Gavin Jeffries, Asst. Professor at Chalmers University of Technology
Date: Thursday 16 October, 2014
Location: Meeting room Ingegerd Eriksson
(Academicum, the Sahlgrenska Academy, Medicinaregatan 3)
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Please sign-up your participation before Sept 30th by contacting:
Joanna Pylvänäinen, Centre for Cellular Imaging, or Gavin Jeffries, Chalmers University of Technology
Light-sheet microscopy seminar with Jacques Paysan, Zeiss Light-sheet application specialist, Germany.
24 of June at 14:00 in lecture hall Waldemar Sjölander
Open symposium "Super-resolution structured illumination and single molecule localization microscopy"
3rd of April 2014 in lecture hall "Lyktan" at Wallenberg Conference Center, Medicinaregatan 20A.
Organizers: Centre for Cellular Imaging and Zeiss. Detailed program
Workshop "Microfluidic platforms for functional cell studies - Live cell imaging to scan reality". 3rd of March 2014. Ingegerd Eriksson conference room, Academicum. Organizers: Centre for Cellular Imaging and Helena Wensman, Gradientech AB. For more information about the CellDirector visit the Gradientech webpage.
Workshop "Using Microfluidics for Real-Time Imaging of In-Vitro Cell Models". September 2013. Organizers: Centre for Cellular Imaging and Merck Millipore. Click here for videos and product information.
Workshop in a NEW Optical Sectioning Microscope. Revolution DSD, is an innovative white light confocal spinning disk based on ‘aperture correlation’. March 2011. Organizers: Centre for Cellular Imaging and Andor.
Volocity 3D Image Analysis Software Demonstration and Workshop. December 1, 2011, Birgit Thilander, Academicum, University of Gothenburg. Organizers: Centre for cellular Imaging and PerkinElmer