Nanoscopy Wins Nobel

After #microscopy with #fluorescence in high throughput called High Content Screening (HCS), super-resolved fluorescence microscopy was appeared. Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell, and William Moerner have won the 2014 #nobel #prize in #chemistry for their work on this technology. We can imagine that in the near future, we can perform  HCS with super-resolved Read more…

Development of High-content Assays for Compound Screening and Hit Validation

In this presentation, Dr. Kamyar Hadian (head of the #assay development and Screening Platform’ at the HelmholtzZentrum München in Munich/Germany) talk about #hcs use in #stem cell– and microtissue-based assays. #phenotypic screening has highly emerged in the past years. Especially High-Content Screening (HCS) has gained strong acceptance in the field Read more…

Join us to the next ELRIGfr event in Toulouse

After the first event of ELRIGfr in EPFL in Lausanne, we continue to join the ELRIGfr team in Toulouse with the genotoul on the 15th and 16th of October 2014. We are pleased to see you during this event. If you want to register, follow this link: http://www.elrigfr.org/une-vision-integrale-du-criblage-et-du-design-moleculaire.html