Past events

12
Jun
2024

Introduction to Scanning Electron Microscopy (Physical Sciences) »

12 June 2024

By the end of this course participants are expected to be able to: identify the various components making up an SEM, understand how an SEM works, understand the processes of signal generation and detection in the SEM, understand how to optimise the performance of the SEM.

06
Jun
2024

Introduction to Light Microscopy »

6 June 2024

This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and skill to: set up and use basic light microscopes, collect accurate and meaningful digital images and be aware of technique limitations, thus enabling you to obtain the best image possible.

05
Jun
2024

Introduction to Transmission Electron Microscopy (Physical Sciences) »

5 June 2024

The course will provide participants with an understanding of the basic construction and electron optical principles of TEM, concepts for conducting selected area electron diffraction experiments and interpreting diffraction patterns, and more.

04
Jun
2024

Introduction to Scanning Electron Microscopy (Life Sciences) »

4 June 2024

By the end of this course participants are expected to be able to understand: how an SEM works, how to prepare samples for various applications, how to optimise SEM for biological imaging, and identify the various components making up an SEM.

02
Nov
2023

Malaria parasite invasion of human red blood cells and the insights we can obtain from 4D imaging »

1pm 2 November 2023

Seminar by A/Prof Kelly Rogers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI)

01
Nov
2023

Seminar: Lattice Light-Sheet Microscopy for Quantitative 4D Cell Biology »

1pm 1 November 2023

A seminar by Dr Niall Geoghegan from WEHI on lattice light-sheet microscopy

26
Jul
2023
06
Dec
2021

New Possibilities in Confocal Imaging: Leica Demonstration at CAM »

9am 6 December 2021

CAM is calling for interested users to demo a new confocal platform from Leica Microsystems: the STELLARIS 8.

16
Feb
2020

ACMM26 - 26th Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis »

16 February 2020

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