Life Sciences

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Basic life processes start in the cell. To understand how cells function and respond to disease or genetic variations, life scientists engage in cellular and structural biology research. Cellular biology explores individual cells and ways in which they are organized into organs and tissues. Structural biologists delve deep into sub-cellular components, organelles and macromolecular structures.

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Register for the 2015 Advanced Electron Microscopy School

The CCEM Advanced Electron Microscopy School is a 5-day course (June 1-5, 2015) for users with experience in electron microscopy, on the fundamentals of aberration corrected imaging, electron energy loss spectroscopy, electron tomography ultimate physical limits (beam damage and resolution) and the use of aberration-corrected electron microscopes. The deadline for registration is January 15, 2015.

Posted Date: Jul 15, 2014