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.
Cool, multidisciplinary jobs in computational and cell biology!
Please join my group, & discover why cells go where they go. T cells, dendritic cells, Dictyostelium, neutrophils...
Target = one mathematical modeller and one immune cell biologist, but we'd train anyone excellent https://t.co/TN2QCzDiqS
We're hiring my replacement! Happy to chat to anyone interested in running a great new #EM core facility in @SCICambridge. Details here: https://t.co/PODcKX0Ld1. Deadline 2nd August. @BioImagingUK @VolumeEM1 #electronmicroscopy https://t.co/Nr91nl1Ujq
Relocating for a short project is no fun - but pandemic remote-working mode makes things much more flexible. If you're the right person for this role, a UK-based person might not need to relocate. Makes this a good fit for somebody between roles who's looking to broaden their CV. https://t.co/BDMNv1AzGd
Congratulations to the very deserving recipients of the first round of Scottish Microscopy Facilities Database funding from SULSA!
All winners are listed here
but we'll be tweeting more about each winner over the next few weeks - so watch this space!