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#JustUpdated SIMPLE 2.1 Single-particle IMage Processing Linux Engine (SIMPLE) is a tool developed by Imaging CoE AI’s Hans Elmlund and Dominika Elmlund.

EMBL Australia is offering talented students the opportunity to undertake interdisciplinary, postgraduate research at Australia’s top life sciences laboratories in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra. For more information, please refer to the flyer below

Special Research Seminar Plasmonic gold nanoparticles for nano- and bio-photonic applications La Trobe University, Department of Chemistry and Physics,  When: 11am-12:30pm, Friday 10 June 2016  Where: Hoogenraad Lecture Theatre, LIMS1, La Trobe University, Bundoora Associate Professor

What do you do with protein crystals that are too small to image at the synchrotron? This is a central question that CoE physics node researchers are trying to answer.

In a classic Melbourne lane, behind a classic Melbournian café, Imaging CoE Director and AI Stephanie Gras joined forces to add a little imaging science to the Melbourne Knowledge Week 2016 festival.

Melanie Chabaud has been awarded a Long-Term Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) to investigate the molecular events leading to T cell arrest.

Research assistant in Structural Biology The Davidovich Lab, based at Monash University Clayton Campus, performs multidisciplinary research within the rapidly growing field of epigenetic regulation and long non-coding RNAs in development and cancer. We are

Two Monash University researchers have today been awarded highly prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowships from the Australian Research Council and have received almost $6m in funding for their projects. NHMRC Australia Fellow, Professor Jamie Rossjohn,

Four young scientists recently spent the summer months with the Imaging Centre’s La Trobe University node. Below is a short summary of their projects and an outline of what they learned.

The Imaging CoE was proud to sponsor one of the most prestigious and influential conferences for crystallographers in Australia and New Zealand.

Melbourne researchers have uncovered the genes responsible for the way our bodies fight infection at the point of “invasion” – whether it’s the skin, the liver, lungs or the gut. Research led by Dr

The Imaging CoE has sponsored the International Day of immunology photography exhibition to be held this Thursday at 7pm. Prizes for this exhibition will be awarded Friday 29 April at Immunology Heroes and Villains  public lecture. For further details

Imaging CoE CI Dale Godfrey talked all things immunology on 3RRR Einstein-a-go-go. Listen to the interview here.  

Presenter: Antoine van Oijen, School of Chemistry, University of Wollongong Date: 21 April 2016 Time 12.00pm – 1.00pm Location: Level 3 Seminar Room, 15 Innovation Walk, Monash University, Clayton Campus ABSTRACT: Our group is

Day of Immunology 2016 — Free discovery tours at Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute Infection and Immunity Program 15 Innovation Walk, Monash University, Clayton Campus At the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, scientists in the Infection

A picture speaks a thousand words. Understanding human development, investigating disease and developing therapeutics rely heavily on our ability to visualise key biological processes. Presented by: Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Advanced

The drug eculizumab costs half a million dollars per patient per year. It’s used to treat rare diseases in which your immune system turns against you, and destroys red blood cells. A team of

Falling Walls Lab Australia calls for talented young researchers and professionals to showcase their most innovative ideas. We would like to draw your attention to an innovative scientific challenge for bright young minds –

Imaging CoE AI Stephanie Gras gives ABC TV viewers the lowdown on how her new research has shown we could teach our adaptive immune system to recognise different strains and mutations of influenza. This could

How wonderful would it be to have a universal flu vaccine that would combat all forms of the virus? Our very own AI Stephanie Gras from Monash University together with researchers from the University