Electron Microscopy: from molecules to organisms
Date: July 12-13, 2017
Venue: The Francis Crick Institute, London
The Francis Crick Institute will host a symposium to celebrate the opening of the new Electron Microscopy Science Technology Platforms, with national and international invited speakers presenting the cutting edge in application of imaging technology to answer critical research questions, from molecules to whole organisms. The symposium will include presentations on new frontiers in imaging and big data analysis. The symposium will be followed by a day of hands-on workshops and demonstrations, using a wide range of the techniques and technologies housed in the new facilities.
The symposium will be accompanied by an interactive exhibition from the sponsors. (e.g. arivis AG)
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Organisers: Dr. Lucy Collinson, Dr. Peter Rosenthal, Dr. Raffaella Carzaniga