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Invisible Worlds: Microscopy Science Art

Did you know that we can look at cells

100.000 times their size?

Dive with us into unseen microscopic worlds as Dr Elisabeth Kugler shares the fascinating of microscopy. In this talk, you will learn about how scientists make cells glow in the dark, how small one micrometre is, and why science is not just fascinating but also beautiful.


Disability in STEM: Chronic Illness
in Academia and Industry

After finishing a PhD, Dr Elisabeth Kugler started a position at UCL, only to be confronted with the diagnoses of a rare autoimmune disease overlap of Scleroderma, Dermatomyositis, and Raynaud’s.


After working literally from her own and hospital bed through her contract at UCL, she did everything but give up. Elisabeth created her own science communication company. After less than 18 months, her company has been selected for a national business development program and shortlisted for two awards.

This talk showcases the hurdles she faced with chronic illness in academia and industry.

Scientific Image Processing for Creatives

If you are working in a creative industry, like arts, design, or architecture, then this training is for you.

Discover how multi-dimensional data are constructed and analyzed.


Taking this a step further, we will explore how scientific image processing can be combined with creative processes to create science art. Lastly, we explore how digital art can be brought to life with printing.

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Biomedical Image Analysis - Lecture and Workshop (Beginner to Advanced)

In a world governed by data, knowing how to analyze data is key. We offer training from beginners to advanced levels, covering topics from how a 3D+ image is constructed to how you can automate your image processing.

By tailoring our courses to your cohort, you will get bespoke training that gives you confidence in your biomedical image analysis for fluorescence microscopy data.

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