Inviting the our future generation of scientists to the Dubochet Center for Imaging
The biggest and best electron microscopes in the world...
Pollen from the gardens, explained by Ines Villalba and Sandor Kasas.
Virtual Reality in the Dal Peraro lab. Proteins in 3D to "touch".
Inay Mohamed provides fascinating explanations, how an electron microscope works.
Jean from the EMF (UNIL) shows the eye of a fly on the scanning electron microscope
The SEMs at the EMF@UNIL from the inside, explained by Jean Daraspe.
Light microscopes are cool, especially if you can take pictures with it directly from your cellphones.
Some are starting the real experiments now, under guidance from Maria Marcaida in the Dal Peraro lab and the PTPSP (Florence Pojer).