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Microscope donation by Science Services ensures enthusiasm in the Senegalese mother-child house

On his project trip to Senegal, Dr. Gerhard Gensthaler, project coordinator at APOTHEKER HELFEN e.V., brought two microscopes to the Maternité in Medina Thioub which were sponsored by Science Services. The mother-child house, which was opened in January 2016, is part of the health center of the Senegalese village.

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For the presentation, the lunch break was rescheduled. "One of the employees immediately donated a drop of blood, which we all watched with great enthusiasm in various magnifications", reports Mr. Gensthaler. The head of the Maternité team immediately made a list of possible applications for the microscopes.
Science Services is pleased that the donated microscopes have been well received. We wish you all the best for the future of the Maternité and thank you for the good cooperation with APOTHEKER HELFEN e.V.

You can find detailed information about this and other interesting projects of the organization APOTHEKER HELFEN e.V. here.

Munich, 16.02.2017

Workshop Halle

Ultramicrotomy Workshop Halle Nov. 2016

With support of Science Services the 4-day workshop "Ultramicrotomy in materials research" will take place at Fraunhofer IMWS in Halle. From November 8th to 11th 2016 you will have the opportunity to exchange experiences with an audience ranging from research and industry to clinics. In the theoretical and practical sessions you will further be able to refresh basics and expand knowledge. In addition product specialists from Science Services and RMC Boeckeler will be at site for your assistance.

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Munich 28.07.2016

Workshop Review - ATUMtome

5th ATUMtome Workshop in April 2016

We are looking back to a fantastic workshop held at the Zeiss Labs in Munich for the 5th time. Again we enjoyed extensive discussions, new ideas and input from the attendees helping to promote the growing field of 3D reconstruction at EM resolution.

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Munich, 02.05.2016