50 years ago a microscopy centre was established at the University Western Australia. Today the Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation & Analysis is the AMMRF’s node in WA. It has continued to provide the very best in research, research support and training and is rightly proud of all its achievements as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Even its birthday cake showed the precision and amazing attention to detail typical of all the work that emerges from their centre.
50 years of excellence in WA
The AMMRF is proud to announce that we will be hosting a Vivid Ideas event in conjunction with the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAAS) on June 7 at 6.00pm. Entitled, 60,000 years of tradition meet the microscopic world – making
Australia’s breakthroughs in quantum computing, gene therapies for cancer, world-record solar cells, and lithium-free power sources for electronic devices are just a few of the technologies that will be presented at the 2017 ANFF–AMMRF Research
The Board of the AMMRF is pleased to announce that Prof. Julie Cairney will take up the role of Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer of the AMMRF. Prof. Cairney is currently the Director of the Australian Centre for Microscopy &