Super-resolution volumetric imaging: a first for Australia
- In a first for Australia, the establishment of a new imaging facility means researchers will be able to watch the inner workings of cells in unprecedented ways
- Known as the National Volumetric Imaging Platform the facility is expected to pave the way for potentially ground-breaking discoveries spanning physical, engineering and life sciences.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced funding for a super-resolution imaging facility that will be the first of its kind in Australia. The facility brings together a consortium of multidisciplinary researchers from eight Australian universities to develop new capacities for materials science, photonics devices, engineering, and neuroscience, microbial and cardiovascular research.
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