Intravital Zeiss 880 NLO Airyscan with DeepSee Laser Arrived
We are happy to announce that the one of its kind set-up for intravital imaging has arrived and OICE will deliver courses for our users quite soon. It is a custom build setup with Carl Zeiss and Spectra-Physics. The basis is a Zeiss 880 Axioimager fixed stage NLO system, with an Airyscan detector and non-descanned detector directly built into the turret at the backplane opening of the objective lens. This you will not loose a single photon emerging from your intravital samples while using MP excitation. The DeepSee laser delivers a tunable range from 680 up to 1300 nm and a fixed wavelength at 1040 nm. This will certainly enable FAU and adjacent user to perform uncrompomised deep tissue and intravital imaging.
Ground-Breaking Ceremony for New Research Building
On May 6th ground-breaking ceremony took place for the new research builidng of the Interdsciplinary Centre for Nanostructured Surfaces. Representatives from the Friedrich-Alexander University, the City of Erlangen, the State of Bavaria and the Ministry of Science and Education from the German Goverment made their way to celebrate. With a bright blue sky and a warm summer like breeze the representatives and honorary guests were all smiles. The combined effort of 40 million Euro we lead to a unique assembly of different approache on nano structures and their develepoment. OICE will be the major permanent user of this new building covering approximately one quarter of the floor space. More information in german are accessible here. We are absolutly delighted and are looking forward to the second half of 2018 when we hopefully will be moving into our then new home.
First Intra-European Imaging Workshop hosted at OICE
As OICE is part of the ETN MAGICBULLET, consortium within the Horizon 2020 MSCA excellence initiative, we are happy to have had the first imaging workshop for the ESRs from four different european countries within the EU. The workshop took place March 7th - 11th.
Some obviously happy ESRs from the consortium enjoyed a packed week of imaging and sunshine!
New Cell Line for RESOLFT Super Resolution Imaging Arrived
We are happy to announce that OICE can offer to make use of a phantastic cell line for your Resolft super-resolution imaging that is stable transformed with Vimentin-rsEGFP2. This is a generous gift by Prof. Stefan Jakobs from the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Goettingen. If you are interested in using it at OICE, please contact a member of staff.