Being a microscopy expert, LSFM4LIFE Scientific Manager Francesco Pampaloni (Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt) knows that (moving) images are the best means to convey information. So he decided to ask RiedbergTV, a student association offering their services next door to his institute on the Riedberg Campus, to make a video in which the key project partners present their contributions to LSFM4LIFE.
Lisa Schisanowksi and Conni Heinzen, two of the students working for RiedbergTV in their free time, have now completed this task and LSFM4LIFE is pleased to release five videos featuring processes in the labs, interviews with scientists and visualizations of results. Four videos are partner specific and the fifth one is a synthesis that describes the whole project. This latter video was presented to the audience of the European Organoids Symposium in Milan on Sept 23 and is already available on LSFM4LIFE’s YouTube channel. Also online are a video with an interview of Lorenza Lazzari (Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Policlinico, Milan) and a video about Cellendes (Reutlingen) and their work on the development of hydrogels for organoid cultures. The two latest additions are a video featuring the LSFM4LIFE team at the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences and a video with interviews of Nicole Prior (from Meritxell Huch’s group at the Gurdon Institute) and Nikitas Georgakopoulos (from Kourosh Saeb-Parsy’s group at the University of Cambridge).