The AMMRF, under its new identity as Microscopy Australia, recently launched its Stories and Structures – New Connections exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. Opened by Prof. Tom Calma, Co-chair of Reconciliation Australia, this unique and innovative new exhibition brings together microscopy and Indigenous art. Through visual and story-telling parallels, it aims to engage the public, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth, with science, and to bring a new perspective on Indigenous culture to non-Indigenous Australians. After being on show in Sydney at 107, the Powerhouse Museum cafe, IMC19 and the Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Gathering, the exhibition will tour regional and urban Australia over the coming years to maximise opportunities for engagement, aligning with major events along the way. The exhibition is available online at: micro.org.au/storiesandstructures with more on Facebook at: @AMMRFengagement.
Microscopy meets Aboriginal art
During our rebranding, we’ll still be doing all the great things we usually do to support excellent research, but you’ll see lots of exciting changes in the way we present ourselves in the lead up to IMC19 in September. Our great new logo not
The AMMRF Technical Voucher Fund, established with the support of MTPConnect, is now open for applications. The fund will allow the AMMRF to support Medtech R&D by providing easy and discounted access to AMMRF’s sophisticated instruments and
The AMMRF is proud to announce that we will be hosting a Vivid Ideas event in conjunction with the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAS) on June 7 at 6.00pm. Entitled, 60,000 years of tradition meet the microscopic world – making connections