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DIY Droplet Lens, Winner, ANSTO Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology, © Australian Museum
We’d like to congratulate our friends and colleagues Tri Phan from the Garvan Institute and Steve Lee from the Australian National University for their droplet lens that won them the ANSTO Eureka...
Published: 12 September 2014
Professor Kat Gaus and postdoctoral student Dr Elvis Pandzic with one of the super-resolution microscopes at UNSW's Centre in Single Molecule Science
Europe’s flagship life sciences institute will open a new molecular laboratory at UNSW’s Lowy Cancer Research Centre, where a new generation of super-resolution microscopes is being used to unravel...
Published: 2 September 2014
UNSW Professor Kat Gaus. Photo: Dan White
As a trained physicist Katharina Gaus—the deputy director of the Imaging Centre of Excellence and head of its University of New South Wales (UNSW) node—makes a very good biologist. Kat is professor...
Published: 27 August 2014
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Professor Justin Gooding, Professor Katharina Gaus and Dr Peter Reece from UNSW are finalists in the 2014 University of New South Wales Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific...
Published: 7 August 2014
A road less travelled... Professor Kat Gaus with post-doctoral student Dr Elvis Pandžić. Photo: Grant Turner/ Mediakoo
UNSW researchers are pioneering the development of a new generation of microscopes with the power to unravel the molecular chaos of life. By Amy Coopes. More than 50 years ago, Nobel Prize–winning...
Published: 4 July 2014
Seeing clearly ... a standard image of the interior of a T-Cell (upper left) versus the super resolution image (bottom right).
Congratulations to Chief Investigators Katharina Gaus and Jamie Rossjohn who were honoured in the NHMRC research excellence awards announced earlier this month in Canberra in the presence of Federal...
Published: 25 June 2014