Imaging ONE WORLD

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Created: 2020-06-02 10:34
Institution: Gurdon Institute
Description: Microscopy Talks

This is not just another lecture series but a discussion forum on imaging and image analysis methods and how to apply these to your research. The focus will be on ‘how-to’ image and analyse, prepare samples, labels and protocols, as well as enabling collaborations and inspiring new scientific ideas. Speakers will be available for questions and answers. Organisers and the CRUK CI core facility staff will be able to continue the discussion and advice on your own imaging projects.
Website: http://www.lightmicroscopy.cruk.cam.ac.uk/imaging-one-world-initiative/
 

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27th July 2020: 'How to stay focused in 3D microscopy' - Reto Fiolka,

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Abstract: A conventional fluorescence microscope can directly form a three-dimensional image of a sample, however only within the focal plane it is sharp. Outside, aberrations and...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Mon 27 Jul 2020


20th July 2020: 'Tissue-Scale Cell Biology with Axially Swept Light-Sheet Microscopy' - Kevin Dean,

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Title: Tissue-Scale Cell Biology with Axially Swept Light-Sheet Microscopy
Speaker: Kevin Dean (UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas,...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Mon 20 Jul 2020


13th July 2020: ‘Computational Methods for Visualization, Simulation, and Restoration Microscopy Data’ – Martin...

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Abstract: Modern microscopy modalities produce increasingly large volumetric
image datasets which are difficult to interpret without the help of
computational methods. In this...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 16 Jul 2020


6th July 2020: 'Dynamic integration of metabolism and growth factor signaling in single cells' - John Albeck, UC Davis,...

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Cell growth and proliferation are regulated by a network of kinases, including ERK, Akt, mTOR, and AMPK. These kinases have important complementary roles in...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Mon 6 Jul 2020


29th June 2020: 'Generic Deconvolution' Rainer Heintzmann,

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29th June 2020: 'Generic Deconvolution' Rainer Heintzmann, IPC, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität & Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 16 Jul 2020


22nd June 2020: 'Towards Decentralised Life-Science Imaging Data Resources - Large Scale Data Ecosystem for Single Cell...

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The advancement of microscopy imaging tests the limits and pushes the boundaries of scientific studies. It often exceeds the capacity of researchers’ personal...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 25 Jun 2020


15th June 2020: 'Expansion Microscopy' - Ed Boyden, MIT Medialab & McGovern Institute, Cambridge, MA, USA

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Ed Boyden, PhD is Professor of Biological Engineering and Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT Media Lab and McGovern Institute’s Y. Eva Tan Professor in Neurotechnology
His groups’...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 25 Jun 2020


01st June 2020: '3D super-resolution microscopy of chromatin ‘blobs’' - Lothar Schermelleh, MICRON, Oxford, UK

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Three-dimensional (3D) chromatin organisation plays a key role in regulating mammalian genome function. Despite recognition that the genome partitions into ~1Mb-sized...

Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 25 Jun 2020


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Collection: Imaging ONE WORLD

Institution: Gurdon Institute

Created: Thu 13 Aug 2020