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Eric Shooter, founding chair of Department of Neurobiology, dies at 93 - Stanford Medical Center Report


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Eric Shooter, PhD, professor emeritus of neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine and founding chair of that department, died March 21. He was 93. Shooter was internationally acclaimed in the field for his work on the structure and ...

New Centre for Human Evolution Research announced - The Natural History Museum


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Professor Fred Spoor studies early human evolution, mostly in Africa. He is affiliated with fieldwork projects in Kenya and Ethiopia, and most of his work is based on newly-found fossil skull and jaw remains. He uses advanced imaging techniques, such ...

Urban Ecology Center hosts Earth Day of Service - Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service


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Volunteers of all ages swooped in to rid Washington Park of fast food bags, plastic and glass bottles, candy wrappers and other trash on Saturday morning as part of the Earth Day of Service at the Urban Ecology Center Earth Day. The event, co-hosted by ...

University of Berne: Microscopy Imaging Center (MIC)

Bern - Switzerland

The Microscopy Imaging Centre (MIC) of the University of Bern is an inter - faculty network for microscopy, involving members from many different institutions within the medical, VetSuisse and natural sciences faculties.

The MIC is the central contact point for high-end microcopy in Life Sciences for the entire University of Bern. It provides and organizes the access to high-end microscopes and coordinates new investments in microscopy.

The MIC provides:

State-of-the-art supply in high-end microscopy
Methodological support in image analysis and sample preparation
Usage optimization of available resources
Comprehensive teaching modules in cutting edge microscopy (lectures and practicals)
Quality assurance through standardization of processes
Unifying of microscopy tariffs
Public relations intending to position the MIC as the competence center in high-end microscopy
Promotion of knowledge exchange within and outside the University of Bern
Improvement of the viability research projects with respect to financial application
Yearly MIC Symposium with national and international attendance of experts in the field of microscopy

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