Microscopy in Research 2013

Invited Speakers

  • Teresa Ruiz - University of Vermont, USA

    • The Cell Envelope and Adhesins of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans Investigated by 3D Electron Microscopy.
  • Michael Radermacher - University of Vermont, USA

    • Studies of the Structure and Function of Respiratory Chain Complex I.
  • Paula da Fonseca - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Cambridge, UK

    • Unravelling the structure of the human 26S proteasome.
  • Paula Vilarinho - Department of Materials and Ceramics Engineering (CICECO), Aveiro University, Portugal

    • Portrait at the nanoscale of functional structures.
  • Ana B. Hungria - Universidad de Cádiz, Spain

    • Applications of Electron Tomography to materials science
  • Leonard Francis - INL, Portugal

    • Understanding the Atomic Structure of Nanomaterials with Aberration Corrected Electron Microscopy.
  • Luís Santos - IST, Portugal

    • Confocal Raman spectroscopy - A multidisciplinary tool.
  • Alexandre Lobo da Cunha, ICBAS, Portugal

    • Light and electron microscopy study of the digestive system in the Euopisthobranchia (Mollusca, Gastropoda).
  • Erin Tranfield, IGC, Portugal

    • Applying Electron Tomography to Resolve the Organization of the Xenopus laevis Meiotic Spindle at Single Microtubule Resolution.
  • Manuel Francisco Costa Pereira (IST, Portugal)

    • X-ray microtomography: Principles and study cases
  • Nuno Correia Santos (IMM, Portugal)

    • Force Spectroscopy
  • Daniela Nunes (CENIMAT - FCT, New University of Lisbon)

    • Focused Ion Beam tecnique, an overall explanation with main characteristics and possible applications.