It is time to boost your research
The IPHYS Bio-Imaging Facility is a member of the National Czech-Bioimaging infrastructure and a Prague node of Euro-Bioimaging with an open-access policy that makes advanced bioimaging techniques available to everyone!
Our team consists of biologists, engineers, and mathematicians who work toward accomplishing your scientific mission. The team provides help from designing the experiment, and data acquisition to data processing, analysis, and visualization.
Our uniqueness lies in the ability to customize and upgrade commercial machines and techniques
Do you need a special tweak in your experiment? Do you need to add an additional laser to the system and monitor the oxygen in the medium for your long-term experiment? Do you need to perform ablation and then image the change in phosphorescence lifetime? Are you interested in non-linear optical methods such as CARS, SHG, or THG? Do you need to control your system during the experiment through a customized API? Are looking for advanced data acquisition, processing, and analysis?
If you are looking for any light microscopy technique, struggle with your data analysis, or just want to brainstorm about your project, you are always welcome to our facility.
Technical aspects of experiments using advanced light microscopy
28. 05. 2024 – 29. 05. 2024
The three-day extensive course targets the major pitfalls of experimental design. The practical examples are demonstrated in the field of light microscopy, however, the skills you acquire are valid and necessary in any area of research, development or industry. The course introduces the individual phases of experimental design, for instance, hypothesizing, sampling theorems, data acquisition, […]
Mechanical characterization of biological samples using correlative methods
19. 11. 2024 – 21. 11. 2024
Course program 2023 Course poster 2023 Course registration form 2023 Free of charge The two-day course consists of lectures and hands-on sessions which will demonstrate basic mechanical testing methods such as tensile test or atomic force microscopy tests and explain their biological relevance. To relate these mechanical tests to the most significant biomechanical structures such […]