New Educational Webinar Announced - Coating Techniques for Electron Microscopy: Obtain the Best Images Possible
21 Sep 2012The SelectScience Editors are pleased to announce a complimentary, live educational webinar entitled “Coating Techniques for Electron Microscopy: Obtain the Best Images Possible,” featuring guest speaker Dr. Kim Rensing.
This presentation will review the latest advancements in coating techniques for electron microscopy (EM). The importance of coating in EM will be discussed and you will learn how to achieve an optimum coat that will enable you to obtain the best quality EM images possible.
Dr. Kim Rensing is the Applications Specialist responsible for promotion and training for biological sample preparation with Leica Microsystems Inc. He holds an honorary research associate appointment with the University of British Columbia in Canada where he develops and tests sample preparation protocols and instrumentation. Prior to working for Leica Microsystems Inc., he was an assistant professor and electron microscopy facility manager at the University of Calgary in Canada. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2000 studying plant cell biology using the methods that he now promotes.
Ami Miller, Life Science Editor at SelectScience, will be leading a Q&A with Dr. Rensing following the Webinar. Webinar Information:
Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 Time:
11.00am EST/ 16.00pm BST/ 17.00pm CEST
Check time of the webinar in your country here. Duration:
45 minute discussion and 15 minute live Q&A hosted by Ami Miller, Life Science Editor, SelectScience.
Learn more about this educational webinar here. About SelectScience Webinars
SelectScience webinars provide attendees with the opportunity to learn by exploring case studies, discovering new techniques and solutions and questioning industry experts during live Q&A sessions. The webinars are hosted by a member of the SelectScience editorial team and offer an educational tool for laboratory scientists on the latest technologies, best practices and novel solutions. About SelectScience
Established in 1998, SelectScience is the fastest way to get impartial, expert opinion about the best laboratory equipment and latest techniques. The website has over 200,000 scientist members working in Life Science, Clinical Chemistry and Applied Chemistry disciplines. SelectScience is headquartered in the UK, with offices in Germany, France and North America.