|Speaker Del Ray Jackson, PhD Marketing Manager, Buffer Exchange & Workflows Unchained Labs|
Do you have a stunning microscopy image that you would like to showcase in the next ibidi calendar? Then enter your image in the ibidi contest* today! 3 winning entries will each receive free calendars and have their images featured on the ibidi website. Please submit your image here.Click here to explore all winning images of the 2022 ibidi calendar. *Deadline for submission is 31 July 2022. The winners will be selected by ibidi in September.
|2022 ibidi Calendar Impression: NAVEEN PARMAR NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (NTNU), TRONDHEIM, NORWAY 3D culture of an IL-22-treated mouse small intestine organoid grown in Matrigel® drops using an ibidi μ-Slide 8 Well. The organoid was stained for the antimicrobial protein RELMβ (green), the secretory cell marker Ulex Europaeus Agglutinin I (UEA I, red), β-catenin (purple), and the nuclear marker DAPI (blue). The image was acquired using a Zeiss LSM 880 confocal microscope with a 20x objective lens.|
- 15 June 2022 @ 10.30AM EDT (45 min + Q&A); and
- 15 June 2022 @ 1.30PM EDT (45 min + Q&A)
- The advantages of liquid biopsies as a biospecimen for disease detection & monitoring
- The composition of liquid biopsy samples and the importance of each analyte
- Current Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) applications driving translational clinical research
- A spotlight on Small RNA-Seq as an application for biomarker discovery
- Emerging RNA-Seq applications for transcriptomics from liquid biopsies & the challenges
Live Demo: Have a look-see into Stunner's rapid, low volume AAV titer and empty/full analysis
- Understand what fecal samples consist of
- Understand the challenges presented by fecal samples (degradation)
- How to address these challenges
- Applications with fecal samples (microbiome, virome, metabolomics, metatranscriptomics, and CRC-DNA)
- Introduction to cell culture under flow
- Physical background of liquid flow in channels
- Tips and tricks for handling ibidi Channel Slides
- Tips and tricks for setting up a flow experiment in the lab
- Assays for special flow applications
- Discussion about your own experimental aims and setups
Would you like to get tips and tricks on the ibidi Pump System and better understand the basic handling steps when performing an experiment with cell culture under flow?
To help you become an ibidi Pump System expert, we are pleased to invite you to our ibidi Online Course: Handling of the ibidi Pump System on 24 & 25 May 2022.
This 2.5 hour course covers all aspects of setting up the ibidi Pump System in the lab. You will learn about the different pump components and how to handle them, including both the Fluidic Unit, the Perfusion Sets, and the software for controlling the system. We will also demonstrate the stepwise process of setting up an assay with cells under flow.
After the course, you will be equipped with advanced knowledge and a better understanding of the necessary tools to perform your flow experiments using the ibidi Pump System.
No sterile working benches or cells are required to participate. Attend the course from the comfort of your office or home.
- Introduction to cell culture under flow
- ibidi Pump System overview–introduction to the individual components
- Tips and tricks for setting up a flow experiment using the ibidi Pump System
- Discussion about your own experimental aims and plans
Would you like to get a better understanding of the basics of conducting a chemotaxis assay, as well as tips and tricks for handling the ibidi µ-Slide Chemotaxis?
To make the start of your experiments even easier, and to help you become a chemotaxis assay expert, we are pleased to invite you to our ibidi Online Course: Setup & Analysis of Chemotaxis Assays on 8 – 9 June 2022.
You will learn how to conduct a chemotaxis experiment from start to finish, including the handling of the µ-Slide Chemotaxis, 3D gel preparation, live cell imaging, single cell tracking, and data analysis. Also, characteristic parameters of directed and undirected cell migration will be evaluated.
You will also have the opportunity to interact with the ibidi experts to learn tips and tricks that can help you with your own experiments.
After the course, you will be equipped with advanced knowledge and a better understanding of the necessary tools to perform your chemotaxis experiments like an expert.
No sterile working benches or cells are required to participate. Attend the course from the comfort of your office or home.Schedule:
|Day 1 – Start: 4.00 pm CEST
||Day 2 – Start: 4.00 pm CEST
Event details11th Oct 2018 (Thursday) 10:00am - 11:00am NUS Confocal Microscopy Unit MD1-09-01B Presenter: Dr. Christian Leibold, Director, ibidi GmbH 11th Oct 2018 (Thursday) 2:00pm - 3:00pm NUS Mechanobiology Institute T-Lab Level 5, Seminar rooms 1- 3 Presenter: Dr. Christian Leibold, Director, ibidi GmbH Refreshments will be provided for both seminars.
Date: 27 Sep 2018 Time: 10:00am - 1:30pm Venue: Classroom 2, SBS 01n-22, Level 1, School of Biological Sciences, NTU , 60 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 637751Schedule
|10:00am||lmmunoassays workflow solutions by Dr Anjali Verma, Product Applications Scientist, Singlab|
|11:00pm||Ella Demo by Suruchi Arora Field Applications Scientist, Biotechne|
|11:45pm||Simplify your Westerns by Roeswita Leono Application Manager, Sciencewerke|
|Event details: Preclinical Multimodal Imaging of Bacterial Infections on Medical Implants (Seminar)|
|Date: 2nd July 2018 (Monday)|
|Time: 9am - 11am|
|Venue: Seminar Room 1 #01-06 Centre for Life Science (CeLS), 28 Medical Drive, Singapore 117456|