Demonstration at CAM and Seminar: New Advances in Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy

Laser Scanning Confocal Demonstration CAM will be hosting a Nikon demonstration of their flagship A1R HD laser scanning confocal microscope platform, until...

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Image of  the Nikon A1R HD Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope with a computer monitor and keyboard to the right of the microscope

Seminar: Advancing capabilities of cryo correlative workflows in Life Sciences and Material Research

CAM will be hosting a seminar by Dr Ruth Chalmers from Zeiss on Tuesday, 12th March. This seminar, Advancing Capabilities of Cryo Correlative Workflows in...

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Black and white image of cells, with green fluorescent highlighted areas

CAM workshops in March 2019

CAM will be running three workshops next month. Please note: the date of the Introduction to TEM (Life Sciences) workshop with Joanne Lee has changed to...

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Carboxysome compartment with rubisco

Unique opportunity at LMA Conference 2019 workshop

As part of Light Microscopy Ausralia's (LMA) 2019 Conference, the Institute for Molecular Bioscience at the University of Queensland will be hosting an...

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Light microscope image of a biological specimen, coloured blue and green. Light Microscopy Australia's logo is in white in the cntre of the image.

Subscriptions and packages on offer at CAM

CAM is offering microscopy subscriptions and packages, tailored to suit individual group requirements. Call or email us to discuss what we can offer to...

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CAM staff use the JEOL2100F Field Emmission Gun Transmission Electron Microscope

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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The Centre for Advanced Microscopy and the CTLab form the ANU node of Microscopy Australia (formerly the Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility, AMMRF), established under the Commonwealth Government's National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).

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