CISCEM 2018 – What can Electron Microscopy do today?
How to visualize proteins in cells? How to investigate catalytic processes and dynamic behavior of nanomaterials at around 300,000x magnification? Some 100 experts from all over the world will address these questions at this year’s CISCEM .
How to visualize proteins in cells? How to investigate catalytic processes and dynamic behavior of nanomaterials at around 300,000x magnification? Some 100 experts from all over the world will address these questions from 10 to 12 October at CISCEM 2018. For the fourth time, INM organizes the International Conference on In-situ and Correlative Electron Microscopy. It takes place in the Hermann Neuberger sports school in Saarbrücken, adjacent to the university campus.
It is always about understanding a particular process under native or realistic conditions. The so-called in-situ methods conduct measurements in gaseous environment, at high temperatures or in liquids. In addition, biologists, material scientists, chemists and physicists also pay attention to improving the in-situ electron microscopy methods. For example, by combining electron microscopy with fluorescence microscopy, electron energy loss spectroscopy, or by including advanced data acquisition and processing algorithms.
CISCEM 2016 will take place from October 10th to 12th. Further information at www.ciscem2018.de.
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