Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th June.
Location – Oxford, England
Venue – St Catherine's College
Bitplane, the world’s leading interactive 3D and 4D image visualization and analysis software company, along with Andor Technology, a world leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems, will be exhibiting at the Abercrombie Symposium, at St Catherine's College, Oxford, from Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th June.
The series of Abercrombie meetings have been held since the death of Michael Abercrombie in 1979. Michael was a pioneer in the field of investigating cell behaviour using time-lapse microscopy.
One interesting aspect of these meetings, since they take place every five years, is that they chart very clearly advances in our understanding of cell motility; perhaps like an extended time-lapse film of cell migration research.
At this course Bitplane will showcase the latest Imaris. Imaris is Bitplane’s core software module that delivers all the necessary functionality for data visualization, analysis, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets. Combining speed, precision and ease of use Imaris provides a complete set of features for working with three and four-dimensional multi-channel images of any size.