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Leading the way in academic-industry engagement and commercialisation, the Imaging CoE is engaging with some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies in order to maximise its scientific productivity. Towards this endeavour, the

Imaging CoE Director, Professor James Whisstock, and Monash University’s Vice-Provost for Research and Research Infrastructure, Professor Ian Smith, discuss how state-of-the-art technologies at the new Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Centre for Structural Cryo-Electron Microscopy

Metallic nanoparticles are among the smallest particles in existence – measuring 1-100 nanometres, where each nanometre is a millionth of a millimetre. Associate Professor Hans Elmlund from Monash University, and collaborators in the US

Leading the way in academic-industry engagement and commercialisation, the Imaging CoE is reaching out to some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies in order to maximise its scientific productivity. Towards this endeavour, the Centre attended the 2015 Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) International Convention in Philadelphia, USA, in June.

Imaging CoE Director, Professor James Whisstock, and Monash University’s Vice-Provost for Research and Research Infrastructure, Professor Ian Smith, discuss how state-of-the-art technologies at the new Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Centre for Structural Cryo-Electron Microscopy will help find solutions to the most complex biological problems.

New findings suggest that a specific group of T cells are likely to contribute significantly to the symptoms associated with gluten intolerance.

From holding a training workshop at a high-profile conference in Israel to running educational events at home in Melbourne, we are engaging with a broad spectrum of people at the Imaging CoE.

MELBOURNE, TUESDAY 16 JUNE 2015: Slab through the 3D reconstruction of particle 1 along the vertical plane with tentative atomic positions indicated. ABC repeats of {111} planes are visible. The Imaging CoE announces an all-new and

MELBOURNE, THURSDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2015: Edible oyster mushrooms have an intriguing secret: they eat spiders and roundworms. And they do so using proteins which can punch their way into cells, leaving tidy but deadly

Launch of the $20 million Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Centre for Structural Cryo Electron Microscopy Monash University, Melbourne — 11am Monday 2 February 2015 With Prof Aidan Byrne, CEO of the Australian Research Council; Prof