Image Analysis Webinar (MSA Student Council, Dec 17)

The Student Council of the Microscopy Society of America (MSA) will hold an Image Analysis Webinar at 12:00 PM (EST) on December 17th (Friday). Students who are interested in image analysis and processing are welcome to join this online webinar. Graduate student Andrew Soltisz at Dr. Rengasayee (Sai) Veeraraghavan's Nanocardiology lab in The Ohio State University will be the panelist for this webinar and he will share new image analysis methods with us and answer related questions. Registration is required to join Zoom.

DriveAFM Workshop (Oct 26, 2021)

ImageNanosurf is excited to announce that we will be in Arizona in October and we are inviting you to see our new high performance DriveAFM in action. Come explore the possibilities of atomic force microscopy, interact with the invited speakers and Nanosurf, and have lunch on us. If you have a sample of your own you would like to image, please sign up for submitting a sample and our team will be in touch to be sure we are prepared.

All experience levels and research applications are welcome.

Preliminary agenda
- Introduction to Nanosurf and DriveAFM

WACD Rising Stars in Microscopy webinar

The Western Association of Core Directors is hosting a microscopy Zoom series featuring some of the brightest early-career scientists in the West!

Correlative Microscopy webinar (Zeiss)

Dr. Noami Kamasawa of the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience will present correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) workflows including practical tips and personal experiences.

This webinar will explore:

CMM Microscopy Summer Camp (July 8, 15, 22)

Join Dr. Sara Parker in a practical 3-part workshop to build some research skills this summer, and to learn about the new microscopes at the UA Cancer Center. Thursdays at Noon via Zoom (*passcode required

Keck/Asylum AFM Webinar Feb 5th at noon

Asylum Research is sponsoring an AFM webinar for UArizona researchers.  Dr. Erin Ratcliff (CHEE) will describe methodologies for evaluating chemical, electronic, and transport phenomena at the nanoscale of printable electronic materials for energy conversion and biological sensing technologies. Bob Newton from Asylum Research will discuss major application areas for the Cypher S AFM and give case studies of unique experiments which are enabled by this instrument.

The Webinar will be held on Feb 5th at 12 pm.

Image Big Data webinar series (NEUBIAS)

Over the course of 5 weeks, with one 90 minute webinar each week, our invited experts will introduce you and guide you through the advanced features of the tools and frameworks they develop, customize or use daily to handle “BIG DATA”! You'll be taken on a journey starting with an overview of different file formats and important pre-processing steps, continuing with registration and stitching and finally analysis workflows adapted to the unique challenges of BIG DATA.

Presentation & on-site demonstration of the Leica Stellaris confocal

Leica Microsystems will be offering an on-site demonstration of their newest confocal, the Stellaris 5. The instument, in addition to XYZ and wavelength (spectral) resolution, offers TauSense which measures fluorescence lifetime resolution.

Avizo Software for Analysis of Microscopic Images

The constant improvement in quality and size of microscopic datasets, especially from 3D electron microscopy, leads to an increasing need for accurate, repeatable, and reliable image visualization and analysis.

Oxford AFM Lunch & Learn - Oct 24, 2019

High performance Atomic Force Microscopes (AFMs) are designed to uncover surface properties ranging from shape and texture to local stiffness and conductivity in various application fields including semiconductors, data storage and polymers, to name a few.

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research will present an overview of their new Jupiter XR AFM. This is an excellent opportunity for students, researchers and team leaders to learn about how AFM could impact their projects or just to get a glimpse of the advances of AFM technology.