Remote 3D Electron Microscopy and CLEM projects at the Finnish Node
At the Finnish Node, remote access services include remote access to microscopes and image analysis workstations, virtual microscopy where a remote user joins an operator via video call, and a possibility to send samples to one of the imaging core facilities within the Finnish Node where staff perform the imaging. All of these services are possible due to ongoing developments at the Finnish Node.
Eija Jokitalo, the head of Electron Microscopy Unit, at the University of Helsinki presented how imaging projects that require either 3D Electron Microscopy or CLEM (Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy) are conducted at her facility with remote users sending samples at Euro-BioImaging weekly meeting.
For more information about the 3D Electron Microscopy and CLEM projects, you are welcome to read this article posted on Euro-BioImaging.