Nanoscopy or super-resolution are key techniques in today's microscopy.
The "International Conference on Nanoscopy" will bring together an international group of experts to discuss the latest advances and future directions in the field of super-resolution techniques, and will be held at Biozentrum University of Basel, from June 07-10, 2016.
arivis supports the ICON and participants will have the chance to get more information about the arivis strategies and application solutions for imaging and image processing workflows.
June 7-10, 2016
Biozentrum University of Basel
Key-note speaker: Eric Betzig, 2014 Chemistry Nobel Laureat, Janelia Research Campus, HHMI (USA)
Conference-Chair: Markus Sauer, Theodor Boveri Institute, University of Würzburg (Germany)
Super-resolution imaging methods now can provide spatial resolution that is well below the diffraction limit, approaching virtually molecular resolution. They can be applied to biological samples and provide new and exciting views on the structural organization of cells and the dynamics of biomolecular assemblies on wide timescales. These revolutionary developments come with novel requirements for fluorescent probes, labeling techniques, and data interpretation strategies. Researchers from across the scientific spectrum are involved in designing improved tools and solving previously intractable problems using super-resolution techniques.