We are holding a symposium to celebrate the installation of a world-first adaptive optics super-resolution microscope at the Bio21 Institute.
Registration is now open for our colocalisation workshop. Come along to learn how to acquire and analyse your data correctly.
Learn how to save, analyse and automate your image analysis with Nikon’s NIS Elements Image Analysis program.
Imaris is an image analysis software that enables researchers to visualise and quantify their multi-dimensional microscopy data. This two-day workshop will take you through the operation of the Imaris software in a computer teaching labs
FIJI (Image J) workshops for researchers that want to visualise their images, extract quantitative data from then and learn how to automate their analyses
This lecture will provide an introduction to the acquisition and analysis of 3D microscopy images.
This workshop will cover a basic introduction to high content imaging, the data analysis pipelines available and examples of applications possible on our Operetta system.
This lecture series will provide researchers with an introduction to Fluorescence and Fluorescence Microscopy Applications.
Lightsheet microscopy enables the macro-scale fluorescence imaging of tissues and small organisms. This workshop will cover the basics of lightsheet microscopy, tissue clearing and some of applications possible on our UltraMicroscope II.
Learn about how Huygens Image Deconvolution can improve your image quality & resolution
Learn about how Airyscan Confocal can improve your imaging experiments - Resolution and Speed
We have planned out the dates for our Seminars and Workshops for 2019
The new cryoTEM Talos Arctica is now ready to be used. We have achieved resolution down to 3.4A. To access the microscope please contact Assoc Prof Eric Hanssen to discuss your project, the details of the access policy and a timetable.Access policy:Any sample will go thru a set of checks before acquisition can start on the Arctica- negative staining and 2D class averages of the sample (optional 3D model)- cryoEM micrographs from one of our screening microscopes (L120C or Tecnai F30) of the sample on the grids of choice showing particles at the required concentration and 2D class averages for complex above 500kDa.
Our new EBSD xford AZtec is up and running. It is currently housed on our Focussed Ion Beam. For more inforamtion about the system and specifics on how to access it please contact Sergey Rubanov firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy new year to you all from the team at the Bio21 Advanced Microscopy Facility. The year has started well for us with a new staff member and two new microscopes. But we needed to give you a quick update on a few things:
We are welcoming Dr Andrew Leis among the staff of the Bio21 Advanced Microscopy Facility. Andrew's primary responsability will be the new cryoTEM Talos Arctica.
New Year, New Toys (read toys as "Vital research equipment")
Winter is coming!
To be able to invest in the future and get new toys we need to show our investors (the University of Melbourne, ARC, NHMRC, other research institutions ...) that the output generated by the Bio21 AMF is significant.
The Bio21 Institute and the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society bring you a new seminar series on new instrumentation and techniques with one seminar per month. Keep an eye on that space for dates.
After a successfull LIEF17 bid two new cryoTEMs will join the Bio21 AMF family in July 2017, a FEI Talos Arctica for single particle cryoEM and a Talos L120C for sample screening. Both benefit from the latest generation of automation.