The European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI 2024) is back this year! Taking place 4-7 June in Liverpool, UK
The event will encompass a blockbuster meeting programme covering all the latest techniques, applications and technology.
Topics include: New Technologies, Imaging Across Scales, Super-resolution and Nanoscale Imaging, The AI Revolution, The Science of Tomorrow Today, and Multimodal Imaging.
Come and join our fantastic team to learn how our LED Illumination Systems for fluorescence microscopy can take your research to the next level!
We’ll be bringing a range of our LED Illumination Systems with us, from the pE-300ultra and pE-400max (perfect for routine to advanced fluorescence) to the 8-channel pE-800.
Whatever your fluorescence needs, we’ve got you covered.
With a range of TTL connections for lightning fast high speed imaging, broad spectral coverage including DAPI and YFP through to Cy5 and a range of applications thanks to their immense versatility – come and visit our booth at Focus on Microscopy (FOM2024) to find out more!
Things To Do in Liverpool
From the Fab Four to Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Liverpool is a UNESCO City of Music with seriously cool credentials. Get into the groove at the British Music Experience, indulge your footie fantasies with a trip to Liverpool F.C’s Anfield Stadium, or feel on top of the world with a 360-degree tour of the Royal Liver Building.
There’s plenty to experience from ghostly street tours to sipping cocktails from its many rooftops bars, and there’s more galleries and museums here than any other city outside London. Whether you take in its Georgian Quarter for brunch, its independent vibe in the Baltic Triangle for dinner or pick up some glad-rags in Liverpool One, this city really is the place to be.
Here’s just a few of CoolLED’s top picks for things to do in Liverpool!
Beatles fans visiting Liverpool—this is the tour for you! Enjoy regular photo stops—including Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, the childhood home of Paul McCartney, and The Cavern Club—where the Beatles performed 292 times.
The Cathedral was completed in 1978 and was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott when he was only 22 years old! Its grand tower, standing at 110m high, offers the best view of this historic city.
Access a vast collection of Beatles memorabilia and authentic costumes, instruments and countless treasures. Read letters written by band members, and see exclusive footage of the band performing and practicing.
Take a guided tour through the vast, fascinating underground world created by Joseph Williamson in the early 19th Century including vaulted passageways cut out of solid rock and archways thrown up by craftsman’s hands.
The galleries hold paintings from the 13th century to the present day: you can see work by Rembrandt, Hockney, Holbein, Turner, Lowry, Rossetti, Millais and Freud to name but a few.