The University Imaging Centers (UIC) are excited to announce we will be hosting our First Annual UIC Imaging Symposium along with a celebration of the renewal of our status as a Nikon Center of Excellence.
- Event: UIC Imaging Symposium and Nikon Center of Excellence Celebration
- Date: August 26, 2015
- Where: Cancer and Cardivascular Research Building CCRB
- Hours: 8:30am - 6:30pm
There will be multiple scientific presentations from leaders in the imaging fields from 8:30am - 4:30pm.
A poster session and reception in the CCRB atrium from 4:30 - 6:30pm.
The University Imaging Centers is excited to announce the addition of cloth printing at our Snyder Hall facility!
With the installation of our new printer we are now able to print on a photo-satin cloth great for folding and taking on trips.
Want more information on cloth printing? Check out our printing page!
The University Imaging Centers is happy to announce new Image Analysis Office Hours.
- Location: 1-220C CCRB
- Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and as arranged.
- Contacts: 301-9850; Dr. Thomas Pengo, E-Mail: email@example.com
Thomas of the UMII (located in the UIC) can provide multidimensional image analysis resources for researchers interested in sample measurement or visualization at no additional charge.
- Services Include:
- 2D Image Analysis (morphometry, particle analysis, densitometry, etc.)
- 3D Image Analysis (volumetric sample measurement) reconstruction and image editing instruction.
Analysis is performed with Nikon Elements, FIJI, Imaris, MATLAB and R software.
Analysis tools available in the facility includes: Nikon Elements for analysis and deconvolution, Imaris for 3D reconstruction and image analysis, ImageJ / FIJI.
Attention University Imaging Center Users!
Welcome the GE Typhoon 9500 and Amersham Imager 600UV (Thanks to support from BMBB!) to Jackson Hall. http://uic.umn.edu/equipment/typhoon-fla-9500
These new gel and blot imagers can do fluorescence, luminescence and phosphor imaging. There is still a Storm 860 is available in Snyder Hall, St. Paul and a GELPRO gel imager in MTRF (Biomedical Discovery District).
If you have any addtional questions. Please contact UIC staff.