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MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY 2 DECEMBER 2015: The stonefish is one of the world’s ugliest and deadliest fish. You’ll know if you step on one; the fish protects itself using 13 razor sharp venom filled spines

Stephanie Pradier interviews Monash University’s Dr Michelle Henstridge and Dr Travis Johnson, two of the paper’s authors, about how their discovery provides new insights into growth factors and human disease processes – as well as

Kat Gaus tells us a little about her experience at the Korean-German Conference and the usefulness of useless knowledge. 1. You recently spoke at the 7th Joint Korean-German Conference 2015 on Science and Innovation

Australian scientists have received $80,000 to fund their high-level work on how the immune system identifies and fights disease. A research partnership between the University of Melbourne and Monash University has won the prestigious

MELBOURNE, TUESDAY 27 OCTOBER 2015: A member of a protein family that is usually associated with immune destruction of virally infected or cancerous cells has been found to control the release from cells of a

New research from the Imaging CoE has challenged a universally accepted and longstanding consensus in the field of immunogy. Media and communications officer Stephanie Pradier interviews Monash University’s Dr Hugh Reid, one of the

The Centre has collaborated with a global business to add value, accelerate innovation and provide crucial validation of prototype techniques. For two weeks, Imaging CoE postdoc Chris Lupton and Dr Hervé Remigy, applications engineer

Breast cancer is the fourth most common cause of death from cancer in Australia – and the second most common cancer in women. And while breast cancer awareness is improving, the rate at which women

MELBOURNE, MONDAY 5 OCTOBER 2015: Challenging a universally accepted, longstanding consensus in the field of immunity requires hard evidence. New research from the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging has

Ambitious and passionate science communicator Stephanie Pradier joins the Imaging CoE as its new media and communications officer. The Imaging CoE is delighted to welcome Stephanie Pradier to its ranks. As a graduate of

Scientists have observed for the first time how calcium ions activate the structural change required for perforin to bind to membranes. Imaging CoE investigators along with scientists from Peter Macallum Cancer Centre, the University

Providing platforms to connect researchers, communicate discoveries and ensure that needs are being met in the field of immunology is key to the Imaging CoE’s role as an interdisciplinary research centre. In this endeavour,

World-leading early career imaging experts showcased their leading-edge work as part of an EMBL recruitment initiative at the Imaging CoE’s UNSW node. Four of the world’s brightest young imaging researchers presented their work at

Imaging CoE scientists have successfully imaged the immune response at the cellular level, laying the groundwork for significant medical advances. For the first time, a group of researchers have been able to visualise how

Dan Pellicci, an Associate Investigator at the Imaging CoE, has received a commendation from Victoria’s Premier for his innovative research on immunity. In a landmark achievement, Dr Daniel Pellicci was presented with the Victorian

Scientists have successfully imaged the immune response at the cellular level, laying the groundwork for significant medical advances.

This week, Monash University Vice-Provost (Research & Research Infrastructure), Professor Ian Smith, along with Dr Jens Greiser, Vice President and CTO and Dr Frank de Jong, Director of Strategic Collaborations at FEI Company, signed the dotted line on an umbrella framework for all future R&D projects and collaborations between the Imaging CoE and FEI Company.

MELBOURNE, FRIDAY 14 AUGUST 2015: The Premier’s Award for Health & Medical Research celebrates the achievements of the brightest minds in medical and health research – two sectors in which Victoria leads, receiving 40

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