This year’s Dutch Biophysics meeting in Veldhoven featured a talk by Job Fermie on 3D CLEM — a ‘best-of’ if you will of his thesis reasearch which he will defend in early summer 2019. Please excuse the bad image quality taken by a non-expert (Gerhard Blab) from the back of the room.
Looking for the best place to study phyiscs? Look no further — today, all the Exact (Bèta) Sciences will tell you why Utrecht is the place to come to when it comes to your science master studies! The master day starts at 9:30 am in the Koningsbergergebouw on the Uithof.
Next week, Dutch biophysicists will come together in Veldhoven for the 2016 Dutch Biophysics Meeting. Of course, we will be there as well to present our work from the STW Microscopy Valley project in one talk and four posters:
- Jantina will tell you about novel fluorescent fiducials in the ‘Electron Microscopy’ session on Monday (Brabantzaal, 15:20)
- Also on Monday, in the odd-numbered poster session, Job (P2.07) and Marc (P2.25) will present their work on correlative LM/EM and fluorescently-labelled colloidal crystals, respectively.
- On Tuesday, it is Sajjad‘s (P2.06) and Sergey‘s (P2.14) turn to report on their progress in integrating a super-resolution Microscope into a TEM, and how to find an appropriate labelling scheme for integrated imaging in a FIB-SEM.
We hope to see you at the meeting!
Look no further — this afternoon, all the Exact (Bèta) Sciences will tell you why Utrecht is the place to come to when it comes to your science master studies! The master evening starts at 5 pm in the AA Hijmans vd Bergh Building on the Uithof.
We wish you happy and refreshing holidays, hopefully at temperatures below 38 degrees (as currently in Austria – luckily we have mountains & lakes to keep ourselves cool!)
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