The second (last) call for the Czech-BioImaging Open Access support for the year 2022 has been opened. If you consider using our facility for challenging and/or innovative microscopic projects, we are happy to discuss the imaging part of your project and assist you with writing the proposal!
We cordially invite you to a regular meeting where we will present news and discuss future plans with our current and prospective users. Do not miss the opportunity to check out our new instruments in person! Visit the User Meeting website for more info.
The call for the Czech-BioImaging Open Access support for the period of July 2021 – June 2022 has been opened. Deadline for submitting applications is 18th April 2021. For more information and the application rules, please, visit: https://www.czech-bioimaging.cz/czech-bioimaging-call-for-research-projects
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The CEITEC team responsible for managing the booking system used by our (and many other) facility introduced a new version of the booking system. There are a few new features that are pretty neat – managing the Favorites list, for example. The response seems to be faster and some of the pitfalls have been removed. The new version deployment is scheduled for Friday, December 4. Let’s hope everything runs smoothly. The manual for the booking system can be found here.
The government extended the state of emergency to at least November 20. Although it is not clear what comes afterwards, we find it unlikely the conditions will allow our FLIM not only for biologists practical course to take place as planned originally. Therefore we decided to postpone the course to February 10-12, 2021.
Our practical course on Single Molecule Microscopy and Manipulation had to be rescheduled due to the COVID-related measures imposed by the authorities. Based on a poll among the registered participants, a new date of the Workshop was set to January 18-22, 2021. Fingers crossed!
The Single Molecule Microscopy and Manipulation practical course will be held on October 19-23, 2020. See the website for details.
FNOB 2020 (FLIM Not Only for Biologists) workshop will be held on November 25.-27., 2020. See the the workshop website for details.