Wednesday, 13 September 2017

September Journal Club





Presenters: Tom and Chas;

Articles:  Tom with: Tomer, R., et al (2015). SPED Light Sheet Microscopy: Fast Mapping of Biological System Structure and Function. Cell, 163(7), 1796–1806.,  and Chas with:  Berndt, Frederic, et al. "Dynamic, non-contact 3D sample rotation for microscopy." bioRxiv (2017): 177733;

Where & When: Friday 15th September 2017, 12-1pm, Room 255 (reading room), Kelvin Building, U.o.G..

Hi all,
first Journal Club of the academic year coming soon! Chas and Tom will present two  papers on light-sheet microscopy, and we'll hear about magnetic fields holding Zebrafish (!!) and spherical aberration-based wave-front coding :)
Hope to see you all on Friday,
Ciao,
Chiara.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Photos and links from today

Thanks everybody for coming to the JC today!

Here is Paul explaining super-resolution radial fluctuations:



   
 

Vytautas explaining 3D label-free cardiac microscopy :






and  the audience:







" Don't worry Andy, I'll take another one" :





Andy: " Chiara, let me do it"  :



Well, thanks, well done Andy! ....





And here is the link to the videos that Vytautas showed us today:

http://sybil.ece.ucsb.edu/pages/tip2012/

Thanks for today and see you all again on Friday 11th August, with Zhuang and Tomas!
Ciao for now,
Chiara.

Thursday, 20 July 2017

July Journal Club



Presenters: Paul & Vytautas;
Papers: Paul with:    Gustafsson, Nils, et al. "Fast live-cell conventional fluorophore nanoscopy with ImageJ through super-resolution radial fluctuations." Nature communications 7 (2016).  
Vytautas with:    Bhat, Sandeep, Jungho Ohn, and Michael Liebling. "Motion-based structure separation for label-free high-speed 3-D cardiac microscopy." IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 21.8 (2012): 3638-3647.
Where & when:  Friday 21st July 2017, 13-14pm, Room 255 (reading room), Kelvin Building, U.o.G.

Hi everybody!
We are all ready for the next Journal Club, hope you are too!
Come to Room 255 at 1pm tomorrow, bring your lunch or your coffee/tee, we'll provide cakes:)
Also, attending the Journal Club is the only way to find out what P.W.S.R.R.F & P.A.P.F.V. stands for, and, after all, how could you live the rest of your life without knowing that?

See you tomorrow,
Chiara.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Journal Club on Friday


Title: Retina Maps;
Presenter: Julia;
Paper: Schweitzer, D., et al. "Towards metabolic mapping of the human retina." Microscopy research and technique 70.5 (2007): 410-419.
Where and When: Friday 23rd June 2017, 1-1:30 pm, Room 255 (reading room), Kelvin Building, U.o.G.

Hi all!
This month's Journal Club will be on Friday, with Julia as a presenter!
Sorry for the high level of creepiness of the advertising poster, hope you enjoy it,
Ciao ciao,
Chiara.

Friday, 26 May 2017

Cooool day, eh?

Hi all,
thanks all for coming to the Journal Club today, hope you enjoyed the talks, the food and the discussions!
Next event will be on the 23rd of June, in the meantime have a nice bank holiday weekend and try to survive the day without melting.
I leave you for now with this picture of Pavi Pavi Pavi, from today :)


Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Next event on Friday!


Title: Compressive 3D Fluorescence Imaging;
Prersenters: Pavi and Chiara;
Papers: Dong, Siyuan, et al. "Recovering higher dimensional image data using multiplexed structured illumination." Optics express 23.23 (2015): 30393-30398; Guo, Kaikai, Shaowei Jiang, and Guoan Zheng. "Multilayer fluorescence imaging on a single-pixel detector." Biomedical Optics Express 7.7 (2016): 2425-2431; Guo, Kaikai, and Guoan Zheng. "Development of an add-on kit for scanning confocal microscopy (Conference Presentation)." SPIE BiOS. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2017; Woringer, Maxime, et al. "A Versatile Compressed Sensing Scheme For Faster And Less Phototoxic 3D Fluorescence Microscopy." bioRxiv (2017): 125815.
Where and When: Friday 26th May 2017, 12pm-1pm, Room 255 (reading room), Kelvin Building, U.o.G.;




Friday 3.3.17 Beating the Diffraction Limit

And finally here they are:  pictures from the last Journal Club!
There were 13 of us, with Miguel and James presenting two very cool papers. I'll upload the pictures for now, and will hopefully come back very soon with some more details about what happened on that day :)