The University of Melbourne
Post author: Eric Hanssen. Last update: 02/11/2015 at 1:19 pm by Eric Hanssen.
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The Bio21 node of Melbourne Advanced Microscopy Facility is an electron microscopy as well as optical microscopy facility. Techniques and expertise available range from Scanning electron microscopy to trnasmission lelectron microscopy thru super-resolution and confocal microscopy. Equipment: FEI Teneo VolumeScope, FEI Quanta Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM); Philips XL-30 Scanning Electron Microscope; FEI Nova dual beam, focussed ion beam system; FEI Tecnai F30 Transmission electron microscope; FEI Tecnai F20 Transmission electron microscope, SP5 leica confocals, one OMX Blaze super-resolution
- We primarely teach users to use the instruments
- We can also do collaborations or fee for service
Know how:Expertise:Availability of technical support:
- Support for experimental design is available.
- Support for instrument use is available.
- 3D electron microscopy
- super-resolution microscopy
- confocal microscopy
Contact the facility manager to discuss training and access.
Electron Microscopy: Eric Hanssen firstname.lastname@example.org
Optical Microsocpy: Paul McMillan email@example.com
Type: Commercial research services provider, Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science, Chemical Science, Engineering Science, Food Science, Materials Science, Nano Science, Physical Science
Affiliations: Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne
Biological Science categories: Clean rooms, Confocal, Electron, Fluorescence, In-vivo imaging, Light, Live-cell, Microscopy, Nanofabrication, Quantitative image analysis, Small animal, Two-photon, Widefield/deconvolution
2-photon microscopy, clean room, confocal microscopy, EDS, EDX, electron, ESEM, FIB, localization microscopy, microscopy, PALM, Scanning, scanning electron microscopy, SEM, STORM, structured illumination, super-resolution, TEM, transmission, transmission electron microscopyTags: