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03 - 06 July 2017, Manchester, UK

After being fully booked early on in the run up to mmc2015, we are pleased to announce that our ImageJ/Fiji workshop will be taking place again at mmc2017.

The Using ImageJ/Fiji for microscope image processing and analysis workshop will give a brief introduction on the use of the open source software ImageJ/Fiji and will be a mixture of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on sessions.

Dr Kees Straatman will guide you on how to make the most of this powerful free software, including where to start on the visualization and analysis of microscope images in 2D, 3D, 4D and 5D.

This workshop will take place on Monday 3 July and will be followed by two Plenary Lectures and the mmc2017 Welcome Reception.

More pre-congress workshops will be announced soon. By signing up to the mmc2017 e-newsletter you can be sure to hear when these are announced.

Registration for the pre-congress workshops can be done when you register to attend mmc2017, this is likely to open in early 2017.

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