CAM workshop: Introduction to Light Microscopy

Friday 26 February 2021
Finger-like cells filled with bright colourful spots, close together on a dark background, looking like seaweed.
A pupal Drosophila ovary – DNA is in blue, oocyte marker in purple, part of the niche is marked with GFP and mitosis is marked in orange. Image by Naomi Mitchell, captured on the Zeiss LSM800 Confocal with Airyscan

The Introduction to Light Microscopy workshop with Daryl Webb will be held at CAM on Tuesday, 16th March.

This workshop is designed for all new light microscopy users, and will equip you with an underpinning knowledge of light microscopy theory, including basic fluorescence and confocal, and the practical skills to correctly set up a brightfield microscope.

This is a full-day workshop, from 9.00 am - 5.00 pm. Registration for ANU participants is $150.00 per person.

Please note: places are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Please visit the link above for more information and contact CAM to secure your place if you would like to attend this workshop.

 

 

 

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