We are very excited for the upcoming Quantitative Bioimaging conference taking place next week in Delft. DELMIC has a close ongoing relationship with the Technical University of Delft which is just down the road from its headquarters, and we are looking forward to actively playing a role in developments within the microscopy community at the local level. Delft, incidentally, is also the birthplace of Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, one of the greatest and most renowned innovators in light microscopy.
William Moerner, a 2014 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, will serve as the keynote speaker of the conference. DELMIC will be hosting a booth about both the SPARC and SECOM systems, and we will be available for any questions. We invite anyone interested in our work to drop by for a nice chat. For more information about the conference, see the official website here.
Recently, DELMIC has also been working on writing a series of application notes for both the CLEM and CL systems. Some of these notes have already been published on our website. Click here to see the application notes. This page will be regularly updated with new notes, so be sure to check back regularly if you are interested in learning about the wide variety of applications for these microscopy systems.