Taiwan-Japan Joint Meeting on Bioimaging for Young Researchers (TJMB) & True inversed SPIM workshop are being held in Academic Sinica, Taipei in the week of 30 Oct-3 Nov. InVi-SPIM and HIVE are being demonstrated as the main focus of the workshop.
The combination of the state-of-the-art inverted light-sheet microscope and big data solutions have drawn many interests from researchers in Taiwan. All the workshop time-slots were fully booked shortly after the announcement. Various groups of researchers from Taipei and even Hsinchu have brought their own samples to try out and received satisfactory results. Extremely fast imaging speed, low photo-toxicity, high adaptability to different applications, fast data transfer, and secure data storage have impressed many visitors.
More than 20 researchers and students attended the joint lecture of Dr. Bi-Chang Chen and Dr Li Xiaoyu. The history, background, applications and future developments of light-sheet microscopy technologies have been shared.