Chris Lupton talks: industry engagement

Postdoc Chris Lupton spent nine weeks at an intensive course with industry and academics learning how to run a titan electron microscope. But why…?

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Jeff Mak talks: chemical tools for research

We all know that green leafy vegetables, seafood, meat, dairy, cereals and even mushrooms, almonds and vegemite are all healthy for us. One essential ingredients in them is vitamin B2 (riboflavin) — this is

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‘Team Tiny Trap’ take top honours at Harvard

Jackson Nexhip led a group of six undergraduate students from UNSW to victory at Harvard University’s annual biomolecular design competition, BIOMOD. The team defeated 24 teams from around the world. Jackson gave us a little insight into his top gong.

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A physicist abroad

Imaging CoE postdoc Daniel Langley spent a week in sunny California working with a team of scientists from around the world.

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Contactless Trampoline

Imaging CoE AI Steve Lee, from the Australian National University, published a paper in Biomedical Optics Express that lays out an all optical particle delivery system for use in XFEL experiments. Here, Steve explains the paper, the physics and the contactless trampoline to us.

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Inspiring the next generation

Imaging CoE scientists took part in the 2015 International Science Students Fair hosted at the John Monash Science School. Centre CI Harry Quiney devised a marvellous programme aimed at showcasing the interdisciplinary nature of the

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