Useful links

Finding equipment and service in Sweden

- Tools of Science
A tool to find core facilities, companies offering biotech services… in Sweden

Freeware for image analysis

- Image J/Fiji
Great freeware to open images acquired on any microscope, resize, crop, change contrast, create movies, annotate, analyse and much more.

- Cell Profiler
Freeware for automated image analysis including machine learning.

Open source to build a custom made image analysis pipeline

Networks, jobs and career

- The European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI)
Light microscopy jobs, meetings, courses, networking… in Europe. Remember to mail them that you want to show up on their map of European microscopy!

- ResearchGate
Science networking

- Swedish Bioimaging
Imaging network in Sweden

- Academicum
They send about 4 newsletters/year with loads of academic jobs around the world (Newsletter in English)

- Euraxess
Loads of information from which companies/institute works with research to how to find an apartment when moving to another lab, find work, know your rights, express your opinion about researchers’ work conditions…

- Science Career development plan

- Free strengths finder online test

Other places to look for work:

- Eurobioimaging
- European Microscopy Society (EMS)
- Medrek
- Indeed head hunter
- Simply Hired
- Jobs Hits
- Nature Jobs
- KI Jobs
- Linkedin
- Science jobs
- KI recruitment tool

Microscopy wikis

Free for KI people. A great tool with video courses about photoshop, image processing, websites and many more things, all for free!

- Kurt Thorn’s excellent microscopy blog
I highly recommend following this blog (register to RSS). Monthly digest of major microscopy related articles. Loads of tips.

- Microscopy Education by Nikon

- Leica Science Lab

- Microscopy Education by Olympus

- Microscopy Education by ZEISS

- Molecular Expressions

- SVI deconvolution

- Microscopy info

- Nature Milestones Light Microscopy

- iBiology Microscopy Course

- BioImage Information Index


- TDE as antifade and a way to fine tune the refraction index of your sample: