Christos Kyprianou

I'm the Community Manager at FocalPlane. Originally from Cyprus, I studied in the UK at Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge. My studies included genetics, biochemistry and embryology, and my PhD in developmental biology focused on early mouse embryogenesis.

About Christos Kyprianou

Scientific field: Cell biology

Posts by Christos Kyprianou

A welcome message from the Community Manager

Posted by , on 1 July 2020

Hello everyone and welcome to FocalPlane! My name is Christos and I joined the Journal of Cell Science team at The Company of Biologists as the FocalPlane Community Manager about 9 months ago to help build and manage a community website designed to bring experts and non-experts in microscopy together under one roof. My background,

Advancing knowledge in mitochondria division using Dragonfly ultra-fast imaging

Sponsored by Andor, on 1 July 2020

Mitochondria are eukaryotic cellular organelles that are believed to have evolved from a prokaryotic symbiote inside a eukaryotic cell. This small organelle is of vital importance to the cells and organisms since it is the source of cellular energy. Besides their crucial role as an ATP generating unit of the cells, mitochondria have other vital

Recent events by Christos Kyprianou

Core Technologies for Life Sciences 2021

Core Facilities’ emergent role inevitably entails new paradigms regarding their scope and structure. The CTLS2020 conference aims to address several of these points, contributing to shape the future of the technical and scientific landscape of life sciences in Europe.

Location: Portugal

Date: 14 September 2021 — 16 September 2021

ICON-Europe 2021

The ‘International Conference On Nanoscopy 2021’ will uniquely and exclusively focus on super-resolution microscopy and its biological application.

Location: Germany

Date: 6 September 2021 — 9 September 2021

The XVIIth International Conference on Electron Microscopy

The Conference will provide a platform for electron microscopists, crystallographers, materials scientists, and solid state physicists to discuss methods and techniques used in electron microscopy.

Location: Poland

Date: 29 November 2020 — 2 December 2020