Navigating through the processing labyrinth, to achieve a well fixed and processed block before even thinking of embedding and cutting, is the next step in the histology repertoire. For most of us this is all done overnight by our night workers the humble processing machine. However, when things go bad they can really go bad. Unprocessed blocks, soft squishy remnants of what was someone’s breast/colon tissue or hard, brittle dried up tissue which can no longer be rec-ognised. Is there a remedy to these problems or have the precious samples been lost for ever?
When: Saturday, 28th March 2020
Free workshop but Registration online. histonsw.org.au
RSVP by 20th March
Time:8:30am for registration
Start: 9am Finish: 12.30pm
Break at 10:30 to 11:00am
Place: University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Corner of Thomas and Harris Street Ultimo.
Location: Lecture Theatre – CB04.03.340
Registration and Entrance to the level 3 foyer of building 4 from Alumni Green (on this level) or the floor below (level 2) up the stairs from en-trances at street level from the corner of Thomas and Harris Streets.