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This is a reminder of tomorrow's webinar. Please see original 
announcement, below.

On 8/29/2014 10:10 AM, Gil Nelson wrote:
>
> Meetings and webinars for iDigBio's Fluid-preserved Arthropod and 
> Microscopic Slide Imaging Interest Group will resume in September. 
> This month’s webinar (see details below) will highlight imaging 
> possibilities from GigaMacro (http://gigamacro.com/), currently in use 
> at the Frost Insect Museum, Penn State. The announcement is posted on 
> the interest group wiki 
> (https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/index.php/Fluid_Preserved_Arthropds).
>
> On a related subject, Rob Meyer and others at Hamamatsu have tweaked 
> their high throughput slide scanning equipment to allow for greater 
> depth of field, enhancing the potential for high-throughput imaging of 
> microscopic slides. We are now working on scheduling this topic for 
> our October meeting and will announce that as soon as the details are 
> confirmed.
>
> In the meantime:
> What: Webcast/webinar: Monthly online meeting of the Fluid-preserved 
> Arthropod and Microscopic Slide Imaging Interest Group
> Topic: GigaMacro: High Quality Imaging of Biological Specimens
> Presenters: Gene Cooper, Graham Bird, Naomi Cooper
> When: 16 September 2014, Noon-1:00 p.m. EDT
> Where: https://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/invertimaging
>
> To receive these and similar announcements via Twitter, follow 
> @idiggilnelson
>
> Gil
>
> -- 
> Gil Nelson, PhD
> Assistant Professor/Research
> iDigBio Steering Committee
> Integrated Digitized Biocollections
> Institute for Digital Information and Scientific Communication
> College of Communication and Information
>
> Courtesy Professor
> Department of Biological Sciences
> Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium
> Florida State University
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-- 
Gil Nelson, PhD
Assistant Professor/Research
iDigBio Steering Committee
Integrated Digitized Biocollections
Institute for Digital Information and Scientific Communication
College of Communication and Information

Courtesy Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium
Florida State University
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