New Discoveries from the Ultrastructure of Life - How Volume EM Advances Life Science Research
Free Webinar Series
About the Webinar Series
Intricate ultrastructural information can be delivered by SEM technologies and methods, known collectively as volume EM (vEM). Scientific advancements along with partnerships between the research and commercial communities have seen these methods become both easier to use and more accessible, even to those with little to no experience with electron microscopy.
In this webinar series, we will explore the technological underpinnings of vEM imaging and highlight its growing number of application areas. We will focus on vEM-specific sample preparation, and then look in detail at individual vEM technologies: Array Tomography, Serial Block-Face SEM, and FIB-SEM. The webinar series will be rounded out with insights into advanced image processing, data analysis, and result visualization capabilities of workflow-oriented software solutions.
Tune in to this series of six webinars and learn how vEM drives new discoveries in neurobiology, cancer research, developmental biology, plant science, and more.
Principal Investigator, Director, Advanced Bioimaging Laboratory
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Christel Genoud, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Biology and Medicine & CEO of the Dubochet Center for Imaging
EPFL and Universities of Lausanne, Geneva, and Bern, Switzerland