Scitech will be exhibiting at the 26th Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM) from Sunday 16 February to Thursday 20 February 2020 at the National Convention Centre in Canberra.
The conference theme is “2020 Visions in Microscopy” and will involve bringing together colleagues from life sciences and physical sciences and working towards new visions and goals in microscopy.
The workshop program will showcase some of the preeminent research facilities in Australia, including the SHRIMP and CT laboratories at the Australian National University.
We look forward to seeing you at booth C2!
Date(s): 16-20 February 2020
Venue: National Convention Centre, Canberra
Scitech will be exhibiting at the 9th ACLD and the 2019 ACS. Both events will be held back to back and at the same location – The University of Adelaide, Engineering South Building, Adelaide, SA
IX Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics (ACLD) – 2-4 December
The IX Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics aims to bring together Australian and international researchers to discuss the development and applications of laser diagnostic techniques.
Keynote and technical speakers will cover a range of topics including recent developments in turbulent combustion modelling, the development and application of structured laser illumination planar imaging, application of lasers and optical diagnostic techniques for metrology, and more.
Australian Combustion Symposium (ACS) – 4-6 December
Immediately following the ACLD, the ACS is Australia’s pre-eminent biennial conference in the field of combustion.
The event will focus on a range of topics related to combustion, and associated energy-related fields, including gas-phase reaction kinetics, laminar flames, turbulent flames and solid fuel combustion, to name a few.
Scitech will be exhibiting at both events, showcasing leading-edge research solutions and key system components.Link:
We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at this year’s edition of The Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society.
The Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society is one of the largest annual biomedical conferences held in the Australasian region.
This conference will be held in Adelaide, at the Adelaide Convention Centre from the 2-5 December 2019.
Visit booth 12 to learn about the most innovative products and tools for neuroscience research.
Scitech is proud to be supporting the 2019 Light Microscopy Australia Conference (LMA) in Brisbane at the Translational Research Institute from the 6-8 March 2019.
LMA 2019 will bring together the local microscopy community to explore the latest innovations in microscopy and microscopy-based research applications.
Scitech will be demonstrating the Luxendo MuVi SPIM Light-Sheet Microscope on Tuesday the 5th of March at the Instrument Extravaganza Workshop, which is taking place at the Institute of Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland.
Scitech is excited to announce that they’ll be exhibiting at the upcoming 21st Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference (AFMC) 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre between the 10th – 13th of December 2018 .The conference is organised in collaboration with the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society and will bring together an international group of scientists, engineers and educators with common interests in fluid mechanics. SciTech offers a wide range of imaging solutions catering to field of fluid mechanics including EMCCD, sCMOS, CMOS, CCD and ICCD camera systems. SciTech also distributes high-speed imaging cameras that are capable of operating up to a million frames per second. Furthermore, Scitech will be presenting the latest developments from PCO:
- Dicam C1 CCD Camera, which incorporates cutting-edge image intensifier technology
- pco.edge 4.2 bi – cooled back-illuminated 16 bit sCMOS camera
- pco.Panda – compact 4.2MP sCMOS camera
You are welcome join us on the TissueGnostics(TG) booth at the Annual scientific meeting of the Australasian Society of Immunology conference in Perth from the 2nd to the 6th of December.
TissueGnostics specialises in the production of integrated solutions for high content and/or high throughput scanning and analysis of a range of different samples in the fields of biomedical science, veterinary science, life science and technical microscopy. TGs scanning systems are based on versatile microscopy systems (with or without image analysis capabilities), and their cutting-edge Contextual Tissue Cytometry analysis software is fully stand-alone capable and supports a wide variety of scanner image formats as well as digital images taken with any microscope. Founded and headquartered in Austria, TG now has subsidiaries in the EU, the USA and China, and their client base extends to 28 different countries worldwide
Scitech will be exhibiting at ANS 2018
The Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society is one of the largest annual biomedical conferences held in the Australasian region. It will be taking place between the 3rd-6th of December at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland.
ANS 2018 will feature presentations from a variety of internationally renowned experts in the field of neuroscience. Scitech will be showcasing a number of the latest and most innovative products and tools for neuroscience research.
Come visit us at booth 18!
ANS 2017 Conference
Scitech will be exhibiting at ANS 2017!
The 37th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society is being held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, on the 3rd – 6th December 2017 and gives you the opportunity to attend and witness the latest national and international neuroscience research presentations.
Scitech is proud to be exhibiting and showcasing some of the latest key product developments in Neuroscience at the ANS 2017 Conference. Scitech’s trade display gives neuroscience researchers and a large number of students a wonderful opportunity to see the latest equipment and services Scitech has on offer.
Scitech’s friendly representatives look forward to speaking with you at Booth 11.
All JPK users are warmly invited to attend the hands-on training course at the JPK Training Center in Berlin (Germany) from September 14th to 15th 2017.
Scope of the Course
The course focuses on the principles of imaging and force spectroscopy applications at the interface of biology, physics and material sciences in combination with simultaneous optical microscopy. JPK offers all JPK users the opportunity tupdate their skills and tlearn about additional modes within the JPK AFM product family.
The topics covered include:
– AFM imaging
- Easy and robust image acquisition
- Imaging in different modes: Contact, AC and Quantitative Imaging
- Imaging in different environments: Air, Liquid, Temperature controlled environment
- Fast AFM: Imaging at higher temporal resolution
- Electrical AFM modes
– Force Spectroscopy
- Cell mechanics
- Force Spectroscopy & data analysis
– Combining high performance optics and AFM
- Combination of transmitted light microscopy (bright-field, phase-contrast, DIC) with AFM
- Combining super resolution microscopy techniques (STED) with AFM
- Software integration of optical and AFM imaging with DirectOverlay™
Scitech attending the Tissue Clearing and Light-Sheet Microscopy Seminars & Workshop.
Location: Queensland Brain Institute
Dates: 8-9th December, 2016.
For further details please visit: http://web.qbi.uq.edu.au/microscopy/tissue-clearing-and-light-sheet-microscopy-seminars-workshop/
Scitech will be demonstrating the ASI diSPIM ( Dual Inverted Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy ) system at the workshop.