Position vacant at CAM: Technical Officer - Microprobe Engineer

Technical Officer - Microprobe Engineer CAM is looking for a dynamic microprobe engineer with extensive experience in the use of electronprobe...

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The JEOL 8530F Plus Microprobe, with three computer screens on

August workshops at CAM

CAM will be running three workshops in August. The first, Introduction to Scanning Electron Microscopy with Frank Brink, will be held on Tuesday,...

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CAM staff member Joanne Lee and a CAM user, looking at biological samples in the Hitachi HA7100 TEM

IRTG - Recruiting students now

The International Research Training Group (IRTG) ‘Crossing Boundaries: Molecular Interactions in Malaria’ is now recruiting students. Candidates...

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Unmixing fluorescence signals - a powerful tool in the Life Sciences

In the following application, researchers were interested in determining where plant disease resistance proteins are active and which function they display...

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Wheat mesophyll protoplast expressing a fungal resistance protein fused to Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFPvenus).

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

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