Scottish microscopy society
The Scottish Microscopy Society, formerly the Scottish Microscopy Group, was established in 1968 by a group of electron microscopists, but has grown to incorporate the whole spectrum of microscopy with committee members from institutions across disciplines and across Scotland. We aim to bring microscopists from all disciplines together to share techniques, ideas and new technologies.
Love microscopy but don't know how to make it a career? Join the @MSATechForum X31 Roundtable: Technical Careers in Microscopy during @MicroscopySoc #MM2020Virtual conference Thur Aug 6, 10AM (CST). Get advice from a diverse panel of career professionals. A PhD is not required! https://t.co/geGAgB9NQp
Register now for our upcoming #webinar ‘Advances in Artificial Intelligence in Microscopy’, hosted by @nature and featuring Drs. Florian Jug @florianjug, Martin Weigert @martweig, and Christophe Zimmer. #AI #deeplearning #machinelearning #microscopy https://t.co/lELC1DssA1
Calling #Microscopy Facility Managers in Scotland! Please get in touch via the link to be included in the @scotmicro Facilities Database in association with SULSA https://t.co/BtJtZu7sLm. £ will be available for facility enhancement. @Abdn_Micro @ESRIC_Imaging @iiiglasgow...
Microscopy jobs everywhere! 4 of the best people I could imagine working with:
Salk with @manorlaboratory: https://t.co/rpY8LhFsbt
MIT with @FishCsCells: https://t.co/g9V6GrnlTm
Princeton with @glaevsky: https://t.co/i5VJ4bFxK4
Rockefeller with @AlisonJNorth: https://t.co/XGu6DGmIYs
News: Increased funding for 2021 Early Career Fellowships. In response to the financial challenges facing the HE sector in the forthcoming academic year, as a result of the pandemic, the Trust Board is increasing its investment in young academics https://t.co/LnsYgazwck