Since 2012, the Centre for Microscopy and Cellular Imaging has served the research community by providing equipment and support in microscopy applied to biology.
The Centre now houses four wide-field, a near-field (TIRF), three confocal (swept-field and laser-scanning) microscopes and a laser capture microdissection system; environmental control is available with each of these systems. Through consultation, our staff answer relevant methodological questions and provide expertise needed to successfully image at the cellular and sub-cellular level in both live and fixed organisms. We are open to new applications and research directions.
On-site specialists will help you select the most suitable microscope and imaging technique for your project and provide training to lab personnel.