Pacific Northwest Microscopy Society members!
Mark your calendar for this free, one-day seminar designed to maximize your utilization of FTIR and Raman in your lab and prepare you to solve your most critical materials analysis challenges. This seminar includes talks on both FTIR and Raman microscopy to highlight the unique information that can be obtained using vibrational spectroscopy. Join Thermo Fisher Scientific at the Spectroscopic Solutions Seminar to network with industry experts and peers at the Westin Seattle, 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.
Please join the Pacific Northwest Microscopy Society for a stimulating one-day workshop, with major focus on the cryo-preparation of biological samples by High Pressure Freezing. Dr. Shigeki Watanabe (Johns Hopkins University) will lead the workshop, beginning with a morning lecture and discussion followed by an afternoon hands-on demonstration of the Wohlwend HPF02 high pressure freezer. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own samples* for freezing. Additionally you may image your minimally processed samples* using a Hitachi HM4000 tabletop SEM and also attend a demonstration by Dr. Stefanie Petrie of the Zeiss Light Sheet Microscope.
Beginning Thursday November 9th at 10 AM
Concluding Thursday November 9th November 9th at 5 PM
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who have generously provided financial support…
OHSU Center for Health & Healing (CHH), Room number 3181
3303 SW Bond Ave.
Oregon Health Science University
Workshop & Demonstrations location
OHSU Multiscale Microscopy Core
Collaborative Life Sciences Building
2730 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201
Join the Pacific Northwest Microscopy Society for a two-day symposium in Portland featuring innovative area scientists pioneering the latest technologies in Microscopy. Recent innovations in light and electron microscopy enable researchers to challenge biologically critical questions previously thought impossible to resolve. Here is an opportunity to interact with those at the forefront of emerging technologies in a friendly atmosphere with many opportunities for conversation and collaboration.
Beginning Thursday November 3rd at 11 AM
Concluding Friday November 4th at 5 PM