The Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Society (AMMS) is a member-run society dedicated to the promotion of microscopy, microanalysis, and related techniques across a broad range of scientific disciplines. Our membership comprises professionals using microscopy techniques from universities, government labs, and industry, together with representatives of instrument manufacturers and their agents. AMMS incorporates several special interest groups including the Australian Microbeam Analysis Society, CryOz and Light Microscopy Australia
Microscopy New Zealand brings together members of the microscopy community from throughout New Zealand.
The Microscopy Society of America is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of techniques and applications of microscopy and microanalysis in all relevant scientific disciplines. They run major international conferences and have a range of focused interest groups.
The Royal Microscopy Society is an international microscopy society based in England, drawing members from all over the world. They run many meetings, conferences and workshops. They also have a range of focus groups including Image Analysis, Quality Control, Mass Spectrometry Imaging, X-ray Microscopy, and Ion Beam Microscopy.
Visit the International Federation of Societies for Microscopy for a full list of international microscopy societies.
3-Dimensional Electron Microscopy Mailing List is the primary communication source among experts in the field of molecular and cellular electron microscopy. Postings include upcoming conferences, announcements, job listings and technical queries.
Collaborative Computational Project for Electron cryo-Microscopy (CCP-EM) supports users and developers in biological electron microscopy. CCP-EM aims build a community for computational aspects of cryo-EM.
ImageJ Mailing List is a discussion group for ImageJ users and developers.
Confocal List Serve is an international mailing list dedicated to topics in confocal imaging.
Australasian Electron Microscopy Email Group (AUSTEM) is an Australasian-wide email server set up by the ANU EMU in 1995. You automatically get added when you join AMMS.
The European Focused Ion Beam Users Group (EFUG) aims to stimulate the interaction and collaboration between Focused Ion Beam users. The EFUG membership includes industrial users, universities, various independent institutes and manufacturers.
IMOD Discussion Group and Mailing List is a mailing list and forum for imod software used to process tomography data. It provides a forum for users to pose questions or present problems, offer solutions to others’ problems, or make suggestions about improvements. The mailing list is used to send notices of new versions or other general news.
The SerialEM Discussion Group provides a means for users and people managing the program to ask questions and share their experiences, as well as a way to receive notification of new releases and other news. SerialEM is a program that can acquire a variety of data from electron microscopes with a focus on automated tilt series acquisition for electron tomography.
Imaris Viewer is a free 3D/4D microscopy image viewer for viewing raw images as well as those analyzed within Imaris.
Cloudstor+ by AARNet provides 1TB fast, free cloud storage space and collaborative file sharing opportunities. You also have the option to link your Cloudstor+ to a convenient desktop client/app called OwnCloud. Log in using your institution log in details.
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