New workshops at CAM

In addition to workshops on TEM, SEM and Light Microscopy, CAM is offering two new workshops this year. Introduction to Quantitative Microprobe...

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Exhibition: Imag(in)ing

A new art exhibition, Imag(in)ing opens today at the Ewart Gallery in Sydney. This exhibition is part of the Workshop Arts Centre's Festival Of Other...

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A  false coloured Scanning Electron Microscopy image of a radiolara, taken by Roger Heady

Registrations now open: 19th International Microscopy Congress

Registrations are now open for the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19), on 9 - 14 September, 2018. IMC19 is being hosted by the...

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19th International Microscopy Congress

Electronic Backscatter Diffraction mapping

Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) is a technique available in the SEM whereby a focused electron beam impinges on a highly inclined (70°) crystalline...

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EBSD - A focused electron beam impinges on a highly inclined crystalline surface

Applications for biological TEM

Ultrastructure The TEM can be used to visualise the complexity of cells and show cellular structures. As the TEM provides a much higher resolution than...

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Mineral mapping in a Stromboli volcanic rock

The image above shows the mineral distribution in a rock ejected from Mt Stromboli, Italy, collected using the FEI Quanta QEMSCAN® at CAM. To ensure the...

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QEMSCAN image - Mineral distribution in Stromboli sample
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