Super Resolution Microscopy Workshop
Super-Resolution Microscopy is a fluorescence microscopy technique that allows researchers to gain much better insights into their samples by breaking the diffraction limits that had previously limited image resolution in confocal/widefield microscopy.
The Biological Optical Microscopy Platform at the University of Melbourne is holding a Super-Resolution Microscopy Workshop at the Bio21 Institute on Friday 14th November 2014.
- The theory behind the super-resolution microscopy methods (3D-SIM, dSTORM, PALM, STED, Airyscan)
- Provide insight into sample preparation for two methods (3D-SIM & dSTORM)
- Hands on imaging time on the Bio21 Institute’s OMX Blaze microscope (3D-SIM and dSTORM).
- Attendees will get free imaging time for the month of December to try out their own samples
For more information, contact Dr. Paul McMillan (firstname.lastname@example.org, 9035 3021)