Microscopy & Image Analysis
Updated June 22, 2012
Helium Ion Microscopy: Extending the Frontiers in Materials and BioScience Research
Join MIL to learn how the ability of a helium ion microscope to produce surface-sensitive and high resolution images of non-conductive samples is enabling cutting-edge research in material science and biosciences.
When: Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Medical Sciences Bldg. I
Room 2710 Furstenberg
For more information, download the PowerPoint Flyer.
Imaris Image Analysis Workshop
The MIL Bitplane rep, Yier Toh, will be on campus on Tuesday, May 29th to offer hands on training regarding specific applications for Imaris software. For investigators who have used the Imaris software and have questions this is an opportunity for you to work one-on-one with Yier. We will be hosting this workshop at our NCRC location: Bldg 20, room 53S from 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Timing is short and space is limited so please let me know if you can attend and I will reserve you a time slot for you to work with Yier (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Scan Full Slides of Histological Samples at the “Turboscan Mosaic” Demo
Join MIL April 30-May 4 for a demonstration of an innovative software and hardware package. The "Turboscan Mosaic"package allows full-slide scanning of large histological samples. Dr. Joe Delli will demo "Turboscan Mosaic" in the Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory at the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC Building 20, Room 49S).
In addition to whole slide scanning, the system will also scan well plates and tissue microarrays in brightfield or fluorescence. Reservations required. Personal samples are encouraged. Please contact Joe Delli for further information, reservations, and sample requirements at email@example.com or 734-474-5765.This exciting opportunity is sponsored by MIL’s Leica dealer, W. Nuhsbaum.
Note: to enter the NCRC, show your U-M ID or sign in at the front desk of Building 18 of the North Campus Research Complex.
September 14 - 15, 2011
Applied Precision's Mobile Cellular Imaging Lab will be on the U-M Campus!
September 14: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
September 15: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
North Campus Research Complex – in front of Building 10, on the west side of Lot NC98