Introduction to microscopy 

Monday the 24th of February, 10:00am

This introductory course will provide a comprehensive introduction to the theory and concepts in microscopy, giving users a thorough understanding of the methods and techniques involved with microscopy and how it can benefit their research.

Running for around 2.5 hours, this session will cover key concepts around sample preparation, fluorescence, quality control, imaging modes, parts of a microscope, techniques used in imaging as well as a brief introduction to image data and basic data analysis.

For further information please contact Mark Scott ([email protected])

Please RSVP prior to the 23rd of February if you wish to attend this session ([email protected])

Concepts including sample preparation, different types of microscopy available at TRI, applications, fluorescence, fluorophore selection, and image analysis will be discussed.

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