Wiki Science Competition 2019 - entries opening soon!

Wikimedia is holding its annual Wiki Science Competition from 1 - 31 December in Australia. The Wiki Science Competition is an international photography...

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A blue line and green line, intertwined to represent DNA, with red dashes in the spaces. A 'W' in the centre of the image and 'Science Competition' under the DNA image.

Winners - 2019 Image Competition

There was a great response to CAM's 2019 Image Competition, with many wonderful images being submitted this year. The quality and creativity of the entries...

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A dark grey crater with a bright orange centre

ACMM26 - 26th Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis

ACMM26, 2020 Visions in Microscopy is about bringing together colleagues from life sciences and physical sciences and working together towards new visions and...

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A banner with details for the ACMM26 Conference in 2020.

Subscriptions and packages on offer at CAM

CAM is offering microscopy subscriptions and packages, tailored to suit individual group requirements. These subscriptions can include instrument time and/...

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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).
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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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