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Jiawen Li - Ultrathin multimodal endoscopic probes

Preclinical studies and clinical diagnostics increasingly rely on techniques to visualise internal organs at high-resolution via endoscopes. Miniaturised endoscopic probes are necessary for imaging small luminal or delicate organs (e.g., small airways, blood vessels and bile ducts) without causing trauma to tissue. However, current fabrication methods limit the performance of these ultrathin endoscopic probes, resulting in 1) low resolution or depth of focus and/or 2) incapability to conduct multimodal measurements.

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RUOK DAY @IPAS

Stan Sarac from Student Counselling Support facilitate a scenario based session where you will have an opportunity to practice asking RUOK questions. There will also be a discussion on what to do when things don’t go as expected and what you can do to improve the situation.

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2021 IPAS Photonics and Pizza Night

Are you looking for a Summer, Honours or Masters Project? Interested in Optics and Photonics? Or just like free Pizza? Then please join us for an evening celebrating the great work being undertaken in this field at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS).

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Tom Payten - Would you look at that

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Craig Ingram

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A/P Tony Hooker

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