Molecular Imaging Center (MIC)

The Molecular Imaging Centre (MIC)

MIC was started in 2003 and is an open access core facility in advanced subcellular, cellular and small animal imaging. We have highly qualified scientific and technical personnel, who operates and maintains the instrumentation. Research and development of imaging methodology is an integrated part of our activities.

MIC arranges on average 2-3 national imaging courses and workshops per year, and at all times we accommodate a large user-group at our instrumentation. All researchers from Norway as well as from abroad, are being welcomed to our facilities!

Workshop october 2018
Oct 17

Andor Acadamy - workshop on Dragonfly confocal and Imaris

Welcome to a 2-days workshop 17.-18. Oct. with the Andor Academy team and Bitplane (Imaris) representatives.

Andor Dragonfly confocal

Andor Dragonfly confocal in house and ready to use.

Thanks to funding from the Faculty of Medicine MIC recently got a new confocal in house. It was installed before summer and is ready to use.