Free seminar: The challenges of live cell imaging

Monday 5 November 2018
False-coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph of a male gametocyte. The gametocyte is coloured purple, on a black background.
Scanning Electron Micrograph of a male gametocyte

CAM will be hosting a seminar by Peter David, Applications Specialist from ATA Scientific on 19th November. This seminar will be followed by refreshments and a tour of CAM’s facilities.

The biggest challenge for many researchers is to characterise individual cells without impacting their behaviour.

This seminar will discuss the new modality of Ptychographic QPI, a label-free technique, which exploits the inherent contrast of cellular components to create high contrast images under low levels of light intensity, allowing individual cells to be tracked and monitored over longer periods of time.

When: 10.30 am – 11.30 am, Monday, 19thth November 2018.

Where: Seminar Room 2, Level 3, JCSMR

Cost: Free

RSVP: Please call 02 9541 3500 or email Peter Davis by 16th November, 2018.

Seminar flyer: Challenges of live cell imaging (PDF)


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