Great week for OBEL: microscope-in-a-needle project makes it to the finals of The Weekend Australian Innovation Challenge, and also 2 of our articles join the Biomedical Optics Express 15 top cited list of 2014.
OBEL’s Director, Prof. David Sampson, has attended an evening hosted by the Crown Princess and Prince of Romania dedicated to Romanian-born German scientist Stefan Hell, who received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2014. More pictures here (Click Read more… to access link)
We welcome two new post docs: Jiawen Li and Karol Karnowski, to our group. Jiawen Li joins us from UC Irvine following her PhD in Zhongping Chen’s group. Karol Karnowski joins us from NCU in Torun following a postdoc in Maciej Wojtkowski’s group.
Microscope-in-a-needle features in Stories of Australian Science 2015 – an annual compilation of stories illustrating the diversity of Australian science produced by Science in Public. Read it here – page 7
OBEL’s OCT imaging probe featured in University News. Read about it here.
After over 4 illustrious years we say farewell to our recent PhD graduate Kelsey Kennedy. Kelsey’s can-do attitude, passion and enthusiasm helped shape optical elastography at OBEL into what it is today, with many papers, presentations, awards, a great thesis. From all of us at OBEL, thank you, and best of luck for the future!