2013 SYMPOSIUM - FRONTIERS OF LIGHT MICROSCOPY, Physicists and Biologists working together

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The ARC Centre of Excellence in Coherent X-ray Science (CXS) is an Australian government initiative that began in July 2005 to explore what can be achieved with X-ray optics; including an understanding of exotic phenomena such as X-ray phase discontinuities.

Mission: To be the world leader in the development of coherent X-ray diffraction for imaging biological structures.

CXS head office and administrating institution is the University of Melbourne in Victoria Australia, with participating nodes at La Trobe University, Swinburne University of Technology, Griffith University and the CSIRO. All work produced by CXS is done so with the assistance of the Australian Research Council under the Centre of Excellence program.



CXS Members Only LectureCXS members only - Writer’s Workshop

CXS is hosting its final one day Writer’s Workshop on 26th August at La Trobe University and you are highly encouraged to attend.

The workshop is being run by Dr Margaret Cargill, who has also hosted the 2011 and 2012 Writer’s Workshops and has been reported as being an outstanding facilitator.

If you are currently writing a journal paper, you should enrol yourself and bring your journal paper with you to this workshop. Dr Margaret Cargill will show you how to produce a paper like a professional; particularly if English is not your first language.

This workshop has limited places, so reserve yourself a seat early. Lunch, morning tea, afternoon tea and refreshments on arrival are all provided. Make the most of your CXS membership and grab the opportunity to hone your writing skills to the next level.

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