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[Arabidopsis] TIM2018 conference, Trends in Microscopy

Rüdiger Simon via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by Ruediger.Simon from hhu.de)
Fri Jan 26 02:45:10 EST 2018


Dear colleagues and friends,

"Trends in Microscopy” (TIM) is an international meeting series supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), which constitutes an effective meeting point for developers, users and suppliers playing an important role in disseminating information about new technical developments and applications. 

THE TIM2018 will take place from 12-14 March 2018 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The TIM 2018 will be hosted by the Center for Advanced Imaging (CAi) at Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf and is co-organized by the CECAD Imaging Facility of the University of Cologne. 
The focus of the TIM 2018 will be put on the combination of imaging techniques, as well as on the combination of imaging with techniques from other fields, like mass spectrometry to gain more insight into cellular processes:

Optogenetics - Tissue Architecture - Functional Imaging - Image Analysis

The scientific programme will be complemented by a company workshop session on the second day.

For details and registration, see http://www.tim2018.de/ <http://www.tim2018.de/>   

Looking forward to seeing you and many other colleagues from the field of plant research at this exciting event!



— 
Rüdiger Simon
Professor for Developmental Genetics
Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
Building 26.12, Level 02, Room 22
Heinrich-Heine University 
University Street 1
D-40225 Düsseldorf
Germany

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