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new resource for the imaging community: Microforum!

, by sterjung in News

We are happy to introduce a new resource for the imaging community: Microforum!

Microforum is a forum for discussions on specimen, hardware and acquisition aspects of scientific imaging, such as theory and practical use of optical microscopes and detectors, fluorescent proteins & probes. Microforum was built using the same Discourse platform used by this forum. After discussions with several of the forum.image.sc Admins, we decided that a separate forum (rather than expanding forum.image.sc to include specimen/hardware/acquisition) made the most sense. We hope that Microforum will complement the excellent discussions and support on analysis offered by this forum. We will link to forum.image.sc when image analysis questions are asked on Microforum, and we hope you will to the same.

Thank you to @eliceiri, @ctrueden, @fjug, @AnneCarpenter for thoughts and help!

Please help us get the word out by retweeting our announcement.

Best,
Jennifer Waters & Talley Lambert (@talley)

Jennifer C. Waters, PhD
Director of the Nikon Imaging Center & Lecturer in Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Imaging Scientist
https://twitter.com/jencwaters
https://www.youtube.com/microcourses

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