2 December 2019. Meeting of imaging core facilities of the Finnish Advanced Light Microscopy Node took place in Helsinki, Finland.

Members of imaging core facilities from University of Helsinki, University of Oulu, University of Turku, and Åbo Akademi University that make up the Finnish Advanced Light Microscopy Node met in Helsinki to share latest updates and recent development from core units.

Members of core facilities that make up the Finnish Advanced Light Microscopy Node meet in Helsinki. Suvi Saarnio (bottom left), Viktor Raimi (top middle), Kimmo Tan­huan­pää (middle), Mikko Liljeström (top right), and Markku Saari (bottom right).

Markku Saari represented Cell Imaging and Cytometry core facility in Turku, Suvi Saarnio represented Electron Microscopy Unit in Helsinki, Mikko Liljeström and Viktor Raimi represented Biomedicum Imaging Unit in Helsinki, and Kimmo Tan­huan­pää represented Light Microscopy Unit in Helsinki, and Veli-Pekka Ronkainen represented Biocenter Oulu imaging unit.

Discussed topics included a communication platform for members of core facilities, comparison of user policies, quality control standards, and many others.

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