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FocalPlane features... microscopy education

Posted by , on 10 May 2024

The second webinar of our new series of FocalPlane features… focussed on microscopy education. We hosted fantastic talks from Jennifer Waters, CITE, Harvard Medical School and Robert Haase from ScaDS.AI, Leipzig University. Jennifer introduced Microtutor, a new interactive virtual light microscopy course that will be released soon. The course is free and can be completed

JCS-FocalPlane Training Grants

Posted by , on 1 May 2024

We are excited to launch our new JCS-FocalPlane Training Grants. Early-career researchers in cell biology can apply for grants of up to £1,000 to support their attendance at microscopy courses, including bioimage analysis courses. These training grants can be used to cover the registration fees, accommodation and/or travel costs and are designed to support those

FocalPlane-elmi2024 image competition

Posted by , on 5 April 2024

We are delighted to launch the FocalPlane-elmi2024 image competition. Enter your favourite microscopy images for your chance to win £150 and see your image on the cover of Journal of Cell Science. Voting for the shortlisted images will begin the week before elmi2024 and continue through the conference, until we announce the winner on Friday

How to write a bug report

Posted by , on 3 April 2024

Imagine you try out a software tool for the analysis of your data and for some reason it is not working in the way you expected. Neither the user documentation, nor forums like image.sc or stack overflow can provide answers. Then it is likely that you either found a bug in the software tool or

Journal of Cell Science Special Issue: Cell and Tissue Polarity

Posted by , on 18 March 2024

The Journal of Cell Science Special Issue on Cell and Tissue Polarity is now complete. The original research in this Issue, guest edited by David Bryant, covers many aspects of cell polarity, including the roles of both the cytoskeleton and junctions in polarity establishment and maintenance, polarised membrane trafficking, cell division and collective cell migration.

Unlock Your Microscopy Teaching Potential

Posted by , on 4 March 2024

Join us for the Latin America Light Microscopy, Train-the-Trainer course in Buenos Aires 🇦🇷 from June 3-7! It is not a microscopy course but a course to train imaging scientists how to run their courses and user training. The course will be taught in a way to provide participants with suggested content for each topic, annotated lecture slides,

PhD Engineering Scholarship: Laser Technologies in Medical Applications

Posted by , on 26 February 2024

The university of Sussex is offering a a 3.5 year Engineering PhD scholarship based in the High Precision and Optical Metrology research lab led by Dr Rodrigo Aviles-Espinosa. What you getYou will receive a tax-free stipend at a standard rate of £19,237 per year and your fees will be waived (at the UK, EU, or

Crick Bioimage Analysis Symposium 2023 - a Review

Posted by , on 22 December 2023

(By Vanessa Dao, Hradini Konthalapalli, Olatz Niembro Vivanco, Karishma Valand) The Crick Bioimage Analysis Symposium had its first in-person meeting in 2022. This year, #CBIAS2023 gathered around 200 people on site and 80 virtually. It has been an exciting two days of bringing biomedical researchers and their questions together with image analysis and their techniques.

All things unequal – live microscopy reveals asymmetric RNA localization in the early mammalian embryo

Posted by , on 4 September 2023

Authors: Jennifer Zenker1,*, Julian Heng2 1Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI), Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Clayton, Australia 2Remotely Consulting, Perth, Australia *Corresponding author Non-mammalian systems have been invaluable for us to decipher evolutionarily-conserved processes, orthologous molecules and cellular phenomena underlying early embryo development. One fundamental discovery from the work on non-mammalian

Tracking in napari

Posted by , on 1 June 2023

In this blog post we are exploring cell tracking in napari. Two important processes in normal tissue development and disease are cell migration and proliferation. To gain a better understanding on these processes, tracking in time-lapse datasets is needed. By measuring track properties, like velocity and the total travelled distance, spatio-temporal relationships can be studied.