EOS2019 – a good reason to go to Milan

The European Organoids Symposium 2019 is now over, and the LSFM4LIFE scientists who were in Milan to present their work at the congress center of the Fondazione Cariplo and to discuss their latest results over a cup of Italian coffee are back home again. It was a very dense meeting, starting with a pre-conference dinner on Sunday night and ending …

Organoids, a cure for diabetes

Andrea Lavazza, who attended the European Organoids Symposium (EOS2019) in Milan and presented a poster about consciousness issues (“Could human cerebral organoids be conscious? And what could it imply?”), wrote an article about EOS2019, organoids and diabetes for Avvenire, an Italian newspaper: “Organoidi, cura per il diabete” (PDF reproduced with the author’s permission).

LSFM4LIFE at EOS2019

When the experts on organoids will meet at EOS2019 in Milan next week, the LSFM4LIFE partners will have the opportunity to present their work to the scientific community and to discuss their latest results with their peers. All seven scientific project partners will contribute to a special session on human pancreas organoids and diabetes, which will start the symposium on …

The Light Sheet Microscopy Conference 2019

Francesco Pampaloni and Ernst Stelzer, of the LSFM4LIFE coordinator team at the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (University Frankfurt, Germany), are organizing LSFM2019, a major conference on light sheet microscopy and its applications in biology. The conference will be held on the university’s Riedberg Campus on 4-6 December 2019. Nine scientific sessions will be dedicated to topics ranging from …