Delmic and Max Planck Institute for Marine Biology are excited to invite you to the iCLEM workshop, which will be hosted in Bremen on 8th of March 2018. The workshop focuses on correlative microscopy and aims to demonstrate the additional data you can gain from CLEM, particularly the benefits of integrated CLEM using the SECOM system. It is a great opportunity to learn more about important methodology for life science research, as well as to get to know fellow researchers.
The event will consist of a full day of informative talks by researchers who use iCLEM, and hands-on sessions where participants can try out Delmic's own iCLEM solution, the SECOM. The hands-on participants will be also offered lunch and dinner.
Integrated CLEM combines the labelling power of an optical microscope with the high-resolution structural information offered by an electron microscope. The SECOM platform is a unique integrated solution for correlative light and electron microscopy, which uses unique patented cathodoluminescence technology to enable automated overlay for the best results.
If you are interested, we kindly ask that you sign up as soon as possible as spaces for the hands-on sessions are limited. The attendance is free. You can register and see the preliminary program by clicking on the button below.