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Professor Christophe Tatout and Dr Sophie Desset from University Clermont Auvergne lead this technical webinar on NucleusJ 2.0. This is a new release of NucleusJ. a tool to analyze nuclear morphology and chromatin organization in plant and animal cells.
Dr Stefanie Rosa from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences leads this technical webinar on Single Molecule Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (smFISH) in Whole Mount Plant Tissues.
After restricted Christmas and new year celebrations, not to mention a disrupted 2020,
Dr Emma Davies, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Oxford Brookes University, shares her tips for a positive mindset this January.
The INDEPTH Cost Action hosted a virtual IMARIS training school between December 7th-14th 2020. This was hosted by Celia Baroux at the University of Zürich in collaboration with Michael Mahlert from Bitplane AG who have developed the IMARIS software (https://imaris.oxinst.com/).
Best wishes to the INDEPTH Community
Academics from Oxford Brookes University, Newcastle University and the University of Winchester have written an open letter to Chief Medical Officers in the UK today, advising them to support their request that tackling should be removed from rugby played by school-aged children.
Despite completing RFU accredited courses, many PE teachers in the UK need more training to help children who are displaying signs of concussion as a result of playing rugby at school.
Developmental psychologists from Oxford Brookes University and the University of Oxford have raised over £700 to provide outdoor clothing for babies and toddlers in the city.
Rugby World Cup winners have joined a chorus of voices calling to reduce tackling in the sport in a bid to stop the growing number of brain injuries afflicting many of its former players.
INDEPTH Chairman Christophe Tatout and his colleagues have published an updated version of their NucleusJ software for analysis of the nucleus. Sophie Desset is the corresponding author of this study.