From art restorer to DNA explorer
University of Melbourne Associate Professor Elizabeth Hinde found her dream role studying the nuclear architecture of living cells
Exploring the air we breathe
University of Melbourne researchers are probing the microscopic particles in Melbourne's air to understand how allergens in our environment affect our health.
Live cell DNA architecture in real time
University of Melbourne research finds our invisible DNA architecture is much more than a linear code, but rather an ever-changing blueprint of our genome.
Looking inside a pigeon’s ear using quantum technology
Quantum microscopy can study biological cells containing tiny magnetic structures, including those within a pigeon’s ear, shows University of Melbourne research
Towards the early detection of oral cancers
New technology provides microscopic examination of the mouth for cancer, without the need for a surgical biopsy; clinical trial includes University of Melbourne
Stories teeth can tell
Research led by the University of Melbourne describes a new approach for a more detailed understanding of life history by analysing the structure of our teeth.
Magnetic teeth revealed using quantum imaging
Tougher than stainless steel, magnetite is a biomineral in mollusc teeth; now imaged using quantum technology by scientists including University of Melbourne.
Bringing 3D imaging to kidney patients
3D computer imaging of kidney disease can readily bring highly detailed imaging into clinical settings, finds University of Melbourne and Austin Health research