Last week, a lab delegation was at the European Retina Meeting 2017 in Paris. It was a fun meeting, with a number of interesting talks and posters on a variety of topics. Two examples include the talk by Leon Lagnado (also on image) from Sussex who showed that one can infer the release of single vesicles from GluSnFr-experiments. Greg Field from Duke had an interesting talk about coding with DS cells at different light levels. Tübingen was represented strongly with more than 10 posters across labs. Looking forward to the next ERM 2019 in Helsinki and then some work to make ERM 2021 in Tübingen happen!