29 February to 5 April 2012
Explore exciting discoveries from the world of science through the lens of a microscope. Get a new perspective on innovative light metals, wandering cancer cells and ancient insects frozen in time. See how different microscopy techniques combine to give new visions of our world through the unique images presented in this exhibition by the Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Where: SciTech Library
Level 1, Jane Foss Russell Building, G02
160 City Road
Please note that exhibition opening hours vary from day to day. Visit the SciTech Library website for opening hours.
T 9351 5322
Image: Invasion by a cancer cell by L Soon and J Lee, colour-enhanced scanning electron micrograph, 2011.
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Marine science can take you to wild, sometimes remote and special places. From the tropics to Antarctica, in estuaries, on the coast and in the open ocean the University of Sydney Institute of Marine Science (USIMS) shows the diversity of their current research with contributions from geosciences, biosciences, law and engineering.
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