Adelaide Microscopy offers a broad range of the most technologically advanced instrumentation for microscopy and microanalysis. Our scientific support services are available to universities, other institutions and the private sector.
*Corporate charges have increased from $280/hr to $300/hr from Jan 2014.
*Please note there is now a charge of $10/hr for users from outside Adelaide Uni on the Olympus BX51, MZ16FA and Nikon Petrographic microscopes.
Latest Instruments at AM!
Tecnai G2 Spirit, the new transmission electron microscope, is now operational and ready for training users.
Nikon Live Cell microscope has been installed and workshops have commenced.
John Terlet retired on 28 February 2014. John served the microscopy community at The University of Adelaide for more than 25 years. Angus Netting is now Acting Director for the centre.
Become a member - Join the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society (AMMS)
Educational and other links
MyScope Virtual Microscopy online education tool for microscopists.
Virtual Electron Microscopy, a fun interactive online SEM.
Nikon Small World enter the annual competition or view some amazing microscopy images DEADLINE 30 APRIL 2014 .
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