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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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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