IMB Microscopy

The IMB Microscopy facility built in 2009 is a world-leading example of technology designed for discovery. It has continued to evolve, as have the questions it is set up to help answer. The facility has a significant and wide-ranging capability, with technology that is programmed specifically for the needs of the 30 research teams that utilise it. Researchers can perform multiple experiments within one facility, leaving no stone unturned.

IMB Microscopy Showcase Workshop

IMB will be hosting a full day workshop on the 5th of March, the day before the commencement of the Light Microscopy Australia Conference 2019.  This fully catered workshop will allow visitors to try-out multiple microscope systems, use state of the art analysis computing as well as view their data in Virtual Reality.  We also would love visitors to bring their own samples, please get in contact with facility staff to arrange this.  Morning/afternoon tea, lunch and dinner with drinks will be included in the registration cost.

Systems will include:

- 3i Lattice Lightsheet v2
- Leica SP8 with STED 3X superresolution and Falcon FLIM
- Andor Dragonfly Spinning Disc with SRRF and TIRF capabilities
- Luxendo MuVi SPIM Lightsheet
- Zeiss Z.1 Lightsheet
- Zeiss 880 with Fast Airyscan
- Multiple Virtual Machine computing with an array of both free and paid for analysis software and;
- View your real scientific image data through Syglass Virtual Reality software.

More Information HERE.

 

Harnessing advances in technology to enhance our rate of discovery.

As technology progresses, microscopes are revealing information previously beyond our reach, shifting the scientific frontier. Higher clarity, faster speed, and longer observational windows allow for deeper probing into the fundamental processes that make things tick. It opens the door to new questions and ultimately, new discoveries.

The IMB Microscopy facility has an abundant equipment list, with the facility housing 25 high-end microscopes. For example, we have six point scanning confocal microscopes, a rare concentration for such complex equipment in one location.

Our Microscopy Facility is always evolving to remain at the forefront of scientific capability. We harness advances in technology to increase our rate of discovery.

The Lattice Light Sheet – clearer, faster, longer 

Leica STED 3X Super Resolution Microscope

Andor Dragonfly Spinning Disc Confocal with TIRF

Zeiss LSM 880 Confocal with Fast Airyscan Detector

Nikon SMZ18 Research Stereo Microscope

From the basics to the best and everything in between

Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Cluster

Higher Capacity

External Users

Contacts

Dr James Springfield

Microscopy Facility Manager
Institute for Molecular Bioscience
 

Dr Nicholas Condon

Microscopy Research Officer
Institute for Molecular Bioscience
 

Mr Mark Scott

Senior Microscopist
Institute for Molecular Bioscience
 
 

Bookings website 


For mail, please send to the following address:

ACRF Cancer Biology Imaging Facility
Institute for Molecular Bioscience Level 6N
306 Carmody Road Building 80
University of Queensland
4072, St Lucia,
Queensland, Australia


Facility supporters

Australian Cancer Research Foundation