24th Feb 2016
Overcoming depth and contrast limitations of OCT. David Sampson, University of Western Australia, described efforts to overcome the two limitations known all too well by researchers in the field of biomedical optics: constrained depth penetration through tissue, and insufficient contrast to discern structures. More about Photonics West 2016 and BiOS Hot Topics
10th Feb 2016
OSA Student Chapter in the news: read more here http://uwa.osahost.org/student_chapter_in_the_news/
21st Dec 2015
Peijun Gong was awarded his PhD this week, for his thesis on quantification of skin OCT.
7th Dec 2015
The microscope-in-a-needle project has won The Australian newspaper Innovation Challenge 2015 ‘Read More’ for links to video and university news
26th Oct 2015
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.
28th Sep 2015
Big congratulations to Kelsey Kennedy on her graduation! Not only has Kelsey graduated, but she was invited to give the valedictory address – an amazing conclusion to her years of hard work! Best wishes from all of us at OBEL.
10th Sep 2015
Big congratulations to Dr. Brendan Kennedy for being awarded The Vice-Chancellor’s Mid-Career Research Award and Professor David Sampson for being awarded The Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Award.
9th Sep 2015
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)
31st Aug 2015
We say goodbye to Chuheng, Jingjie and Guxin (left to right), who have spent 2 very productive month at our lab. Thank you for the great work, and best of luck in your academic careers!
29th Aug 2015
Big congratulations to Brendan Kennedy, who has been promoted to Senior Research Fellow, and also Wes Allen, who has won a prestigious William and Marlene Schrader Postgraduate Scholarship.