Registration for two exciting courses on advanced imaging techniques is now open, offering a unique chance to delve into the world of microscopy.
SMMM (Single Molecule Microscopy and Manipulation): October 9-13, 2023
3D-CLEM: Imaging Function and Ultrastructure: November 13-16, 2023
For more details and to register, visit the SMMM and 3D-CLEM course pages.
We would like to invite you to the demonstration of the PHI HoloMonitor microscopic system which will be installed at our core facility at BIOCEV. It is an incubator-based research QPI microscope.
The demonstration will take place on 19th and 20th September. We will start with a theoretical lecture on Tuesday and the practical demonstrations will follow on Wednesday. You are kindly invited to test the system with your own samples.
The registration deadline for practical demonstrations is this Friday, September 14th. Please, find more information in the attached flyer here.
We need your help in selecting the most captivating piece of art from the twelve winning Pictures of the Month! Your votes will determine the top three pictures that will receive the Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards. These awards are generously sponsored by Nikon in collaboration with CSMS.
Cast your vote by visiting the following link: Vote here
Please note that the deadline for voting is June 25, 2023, and only one vote is allowed per person.
Thank you for taking the time to vote!
Best regards, IMCF team
Interested in harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to analyze images? Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to level up your skills in AI-assisted image analysis and sign up now for the practical hands-on training course here. Registration closes on April 23!
We are pleased to bring to your attention that the call for the Czech-BioImaging Open Access support for the period of July 2023 – June 2024 has been opened. Deadline for submitting applications is 15th April 2023.
This grant call promotes open access to the core facilities participating in the Czech-BioImaging research, including the IMCF here at BIOCEV. Don’t miss an opportunity to apply for financial support for your microscopy-based research projects – especially projects that require development and application of advanced imaging methods!
For more information and the application rules, please, visit: https://www.czech-bioimaging.cz/czech-bioimaging-call-for-research-projects
Your IMCF team
We would like to invite you to the demonstration of the Nikon microscopic system which will be installed at our core facility at BIOCEV. It is Nikon Eclipse Ti 2 X-Light V3 inverted research spinning disk microscope with DeepSIM super-resolution module.
The demonstration will take place on 30th November and 1st December. We will start with a theoretical lecture on Wednesday and the practical demonstrations will follow. You are kindly invited to test the system with your own samples.
The registration deadline for practical demonstrations is 25th November.
Please, find more information in the attached flyer here.
Your IMCF team
Serious about understanding the complexity and principles of biological sample processing for routine ultrastructural analysis by Transmission or Scanning electron microscopy? Then sign up for the practical hands-on training course here and learn the magic!
Are you interested in microscopy, ultrastructural analysis and pursuing a career in the imaging core facility? In the right place at the right time! We are seeking a research-technical staff scientist to join as a new member of our team in the IMCF. For more information and contact follow this link.
Would you mind filling out this short survey to help us improve our services? The link to the feedback form is available here and on the desktops of all the facility computers. It will take less than 2 minutes and we read every single response. Thanks for your help!