“Super-Resolution” Microscopy

Optical microscopy is typically limited to spatial resolution of several hundreds of nanometres. New “super-resolution” optical methods are being developed that can improve spatial resolution to the tens of nanometres scale. This project aims to develop one such method, structured illumination microscopy, and apply it to polymeric materials and biological samples.

Location: Ultrafast and Microspectroscopy Laboratories, Chemistry, University of Melbourne 
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Further Information for Applicants: 
Applications may be made by students who have completed at least 3 years of a Relevant BSc degree. Application forms are available from the CXS Available Scholarships webpage

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