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  • Crick Electron Microscopy Opening Symposium

    12 and 13 July 2017
    Francis Crick Institute – London – United Kingdom

    The Francis Crick Institute in London 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 and will be accompanied by an interactive exhibition. 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.

  • Crick Electron Microscopy symposium

    12 to 14 July 2017
    The Francis Crick Institute in London – London – United Kingdom

    Closing date for registrations is 21st June 2017.

  • Super-resolution Workshop 2017

    07 July 2017
    University of Leeds – United Kingdom

    Designed to talk about the current challenges in developing and using super-resolution microscopy with lots of time for discussion, this year the workshop will focus on the topic of labelling.  Thoughts and ideas are encouraged to help define what is good/best practice around these challenging techniques, and give an insight into future potential developments.

  • 1st EUFN workshop (Former DACH Workshop) : general FIB and FIB applications

    04 and 05 July 2017
    Graz – Austria

    Abstract application deadline: 30 April 2017

  • Microscience Microscopy Congress 2017

    03 to 06 July 2017
    Manchester – United Kingdom

    The Microscience Microscopy Congress, incorporating EMAG is returning to Manchester in the Summer of 2017.

    mmc2017 will provide something for everyone with an interest in microscopy and imaging.

    With an international 3 day conference consisting of six parallel sessions, a huge exhibition of over 100 companies plus a range of free training opportunities and extra satellite events and drop-in workshops, you can be sure that mmc2017 will enable you to return to the workplace with new skills, knowledge and expertise.

    Growing on the success of previous mmc-series events, mmc2017 will include the annual meetings of the EMAG, Frontiers in Bioimaging, SPM, the Microscopy Society of Ireland and the Scottish Microscopy Group.

    Abstract Submission and Registration is now open.

    Submit your abstract at

  • Advanced course Correlative Light Electron Microscopy

    22 to 27 June 2017
    Utrecht – Netherlands

    In the workshop we offer a balanced “mix” of lectures and practical sessions. The entire workflow from specimen to fluorescent image to immune-labeled ultrathin section will be dealt with. Under guidance of the skilled staff of the Utrecht Cell Microscopy Core Life cell CLEM and Section CLEM including the complete Tokuyasu technique will be practiced and explained to the finest detail. Biological samples and immuno-reagents will be available. The program is meant for people that already have experience in cryosectioning and immunolabeling and want to extend their expertise into CLEM. We provide an excellent learning environment. When manual skills like ultrathin cryo-sectioning are being trained the participants will have their own ultra-cryo microtome (often equipped with a camera) to practice on. The number of participants is limited to 10 people. We will provide you with a practical manual covering the topics of the course.

  • 3rd International TEM Spectroscopy Workshop in Materials Science

    19 to 22 June 2017
    Uppsala – Sweden

    It is designed for researchers from all branches of the materials sciences who are interested in how the TEM spectroscopy techniques, Energy Dispersive X-Ray (EDX) and Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) can be employed in their understanding of the nanoscale.

     The workshop starts at 14:00 on 19th June 2017  and consists of two days of lectures and a third day of laboratory sessions. Registration for the entire workshop costs 150 EUR for students and 200 EUR for researchers and includes the workshop dinner. Travel grants for students may be available.

  • EMAT Workshop on Transmission Electron Microscopy

    12 to 23 June 2017
    University of Antwerp – Antwerp – Belgium

    A complete training on HRTEM and TEM spectroscopy  focused on hands-on experience.

    A state-of-the-art training in Transmission Electron Microscopy at the highest level is provided. Lectures will be given by staff members of the EMAT research group and special topics are covered by guest lecturers. The main focus of the workshop is to provide practical experience with a broad range of TEM instruments. We offer the choice between 2 different modules, “High resolution TEM” and “TEM Spectroscopy”, preceded by a workshop on “Basic TEM”.

  • 'The reciprocal reality: electron diffraction in the new age' - Advanced TEM workshop

    12 to 14 June 2017
    NTNU – Trondheim – Norway

  • Summer School in Advanced Light Microscopy 2017

    12 to 16 June 2017
    Ghent – Zwijnaarde – Belgium

  • FEBS Advanced Course "Functional imaging of cellular signals"

    11 to 16 June 2017
    Amsterdam – Netherlands

    The ability of cells to perceive and correctly respond to their environment is the basis of development, tissue repair and immunity as well as normal tissue homeostasis Errors in cell signalling are responsible for many diseases. In order to understand cell signalling, microscopic techniques can be used to elucidate signal complex composition, organization and dynamics. This practical advanced course will provide participants the theoretical background and give hands-on experience of state-of-the-art microscopy techniques under guidance of experts in the field.
    Techniques: Confocal, TIRF and spinning-disk microscopy, FRAP, FLIM, biosensor FRET & FCS.
    Participants: 20 PhD students & postdocs with microscope experience

    Contact: Dr. M.A. Hink (

  • Royal Society Publishing photography competition 2017

    07 June 2017
    London – United Kingdom


    For your chance to win, simply submit a photograph that depicts aninteresting scientific phenomenon in one of the following categories:



    Earth science and climatology 

    Ecology and environmental science



    Submit your entry via


  • CCEM Summer School on Electron Microscopy

    05 to 09 June 2017
    McMaster University – Canada

    The Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy would like to announce its 2017 Summer School on Electron Microscopy.

    Each year the Centre welcomes participants from around the world to the McMaster University campus in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada for an advanced school on electron microscopy.

    The course runs over five days and aims to provide students with advice in solving characterization problems using advanced electron microscopy techniques. With the help of experts, users with experience in electron microscopy learn about the fundamentals of aberration-corrected imaging, electron energy loss spectroscopy, electron tomography, ultimate physical limits (beam damage and resolution) and the use of aberration-corrected electron microscopes.

    There are many opportunities for hands-on training on the alignment and operation of the electron microscopes with experts from the microscope and spectrometer companies. Several hands-on data processing sessions are also organised.

    For more information please go to:

  • SCANDEM 2017 Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society

    05 to 09 June 2017
    Reykjavik – Iceland

  • ImageJ workshop 'Writing macros in ImageJ'

    02 June 2017
    University of Leicester – Leicester – United Kingdom

  • ImageJ workshop 'Introduction to ImageJ/Fiji'

    01 June 2017
    University of Leicester – Leicester – United Kingdom

  • Electron Microscopy with High Temporal Resolution EMHTR 2017

    29 to 31 May 2017
    Strasbourg – France

  • 2nd France-BioImaging CLEM course - Correlative microscopies: theory and applications

    29 May to 02 June 2017
    Paris – France

  • 17th International European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) Meeting

    23 to 26 May 2017
    Dubrovnik – Croatia

  • Quantitative ELectron Microscopy school

    22 May to 02 June 2017
    St-Aygulf – France

  • ISM 2017 - 51st Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Microscopy

    22 and 23 May 2017
    Weizmann institute of science – Rehovot – Israel

  • 4th edition of Quantitative Electron Microscopy School QEM2017

    22 May to 02 June 2017
    Balaruc-les-Bains, Etang de Thau, France – France

  • DPC Workshop at Regensburg University

    22 and 23 May 2017
    Regensburg – Germany

    Please note: there is a strict limitation to 8 persons due to instrument availability.

  • 23th National Congress of Electron Microscopy (with international participation)

    19 to 21 May 2017
    ANTALYA – Turkey

  • 15th International Congress of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry

    18 to 21 May 2017
    Antalya – Turkey

  • EDGE 2017: Enhanced Data Generated by Electrons

    14 to 19 May 2017
    JAL Okuma Resort – Okinawa – Japan

  • HSM 2017 - Annual meeting of the Hungarian Society for Microscopy

    11 to 13 May 2017
    Siófok, Lake Balaton – Hungary

  • 2 Slovene Microscopy Symposium

    11 and 12 May 2017
    PIRAN – Slovenia

  • Advanced Course on Cryo-Electron Tomography

    06 to 12 May 2017
    Vienna – Austria

  • Fourth Conference on Frontiers of Aberration Corrected

    30 April to 04 May 2017
    Kasteel Vaalsbroek – Netherlands

    Organisation: Ernst Ruska-Centre in Jülich

  • Porto AFM Training Workshop 2017

    10 to 13 April 2017
    Porto – Portugal

    The course will run from the 10th to 13th April. This is a training workshop, aimed at any researcher or scientist, who wants to learn about AFM, or increase their knowledge of the technique. Following the successful courses that have run since 2011, the course will includes several hours hands-on training in acquiring images with the atomic force microscope as well as AFM data processing.

  • Focus on Microscopy 2017

    09 to 12 April 2017
    Bordeaux – France

    30h International Conference on 3D Image Processing in Microscopy
    29th International Conference on Confocal Microscopy


    09 to 13 April 2017
    Lady Margaret Hall – Oxford – United Kingdom

  • EBSD 2017

    04 and 05 April 2017
    Oxford – United Kingdom

  • RMS Electron Microscopy Spring School

    26 to 31 March 2017
    Leeds – United Kingdom

    The RMS EM Spring School aims to provide a basic training in both the theory and practice of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The course covers imaging, diffraction and chemical microanalysis as well as the highly important area of sample preparation.


    06 to 10 March 2017
    Eindhoven – Netherlands

    With this workshop we want to demonstrate the possibilities of cryo-TEM, and to show you how to use this powerful technique in your own research and in your own laboratory. The workshop is aimed at participants at PhD/post doc level and who are experienced in basic microscopy and who wish to ex- tend their knowledge and practical experience in 2D and/or 3D cryo-imaging. The workshop will con- sist of lectures from experts, but also of extensive practical, hands-on sessions where you will be stimulated to investigate samples from your own research.

  • Course SEM & Microanalysis

    06 to 10 March 2017
    Münster – Germany

  • Microscopy Characterization of Organic-Inorganic Interfaces

    23 and 24 February 2017
    Queen Mary University of London – United Kingdom

  • Cryogenic Preparation and Imaging Strategies for Soft Matter in Materials Science

    23 February 2017
    Queen Mary University of London – United Kingdom

  • NEUBIAS 2020 - Bioimage Analysis Symposium

    15 to 17 February 2017
    Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian – Lisbon – Portugal

  • RMS Electron Microscopy Spring School

    01 February 2017
    Leeds – United Kingdom

    The RMS EM Spring School aims to provide a basic training in both the theory and practice of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The course covers imaging, diffraction and chemical microanalysis as well as the highly important area of sample preparation.

  • Winterschool 2017: Practical Course in Advanced Microscopy

    22 to 27 January 2017
    University of Zurich and ETH Zurich – Zurich – Switzerland

  • Basics of cryosectioning and immunolabeling (Tokuyasu technique)

    20 to 23 January 2017
    UMC Utrecht – Utrecht – Netherlands

  • Basics of resin embedding and sectioning for electron microscopy

    16 to 18 January 2017
    UMC Utrecht – Utrecht – Netherlands

  • EM-UK Facility Managers Meeting

    13 January 2017
    Leeds – University of Leeds – United Kingdom

  • Light Microscopy Facility Managers Meeting

    05 and 06 January 2017
    Royal York Hotel – York – United Kingdom

  • ImageJ workshops: 'Introduction to ImageJ/Fiji' & 'Writing macros in ImageJ'

    12 and 13 December 2016
    College Court – Leicester – United Kingdom

  • “Transmission electron microscopy in life sciences” Course

    28 November 2016
    Institute of Molecular Genetics – Prague – Czech Republic

    The course "Transmission Electron Microscopy in Life Sciences" is aimed at beginners and intermediate users of transmission electron microscopes in biomedicine. It will devote about equal time to the theory and to practical use of microscopes. The course is limited to 15 participants and during practical sessions the participants will be divided into three groups. The techniques discussed at theoretical sessions will be demonstrated on three transmission electron microscopes of varying complexity - the simplest Morgagni, more complex Philips CM 100 and the most powerful Tecnai T20. After the course, the participants should understand the principles of construction and function of transmission electron microscopes, should be able to align the microscope for optimal performance, to identify and eliminate most common aberrations and alignment artifacts, to understand the principles of image generation in transmission electron microscopy, and to identify optimal ways of image acquisition. The participants will be also given up-to-date information about best ways of sample preparation for transmission electron microscopy, and about recent transmission electron microscopy trends in biomedicine. Participants are encouraged to bring their own samples on 3.05 mm TEM grids. There will be ample opportunity for the participants to discuss their specific problems with the faculty.

    The course will be taught in English.

  • Advances in Cell Engineering, Imaging and Screening. A VIB Tools and Technologies conference

    17 and 18 November 2016
    Kinepolis Leuven – Leuven – Belgium

  • TissueGnostics symposium

    17 to 20 November 2016
    Obergurgl – Tyrol – Austria

    Our focus is on Advanced Digital Microscopy and Image Analysis, its role in revolutionizing clinical diagnostics and in implementing the personalized medicine concept. It is to provide insight in the state of research and technology in an invigorating and stimulating environment – a university seminar centre in Obergurgl (1.930 meters altitude) in the Tyrol, a stone´s throw from Italian Southern Tyrol province (if one can throw high enough over the surrounding peaks, many of which are in the 3.500 meter range).

    Surrounded by the stunning mountain scenery of the university seminar centre in Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria, the congress will also be an excellent opportunity to get the essential information on our products and latest developments. We will be present with 3 demosystems and of course you will have the possibility to work with our TissueFAXS systems.We expect speakers from Singapore to the USA to Europe will provide the participants with elaborate information on the latest technology, the use of it and personal experiences from their workfields.

    We invite authors to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations.

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