Quekett Microscopical Club talk: A novel low-power giant objective for 3D microscopy

22 January 2011 14:00

Location: Dorothea Bate Room, The Natural History Museum, London, UK.

Event description

Dr W. B. Amos FRS, one of the founding fathers of confocal microscopy will be giving a lecture to the Quekett Microscopical Club in London on his most recent work; A novel low-power giant objective for 3D microscopy.

Brad Amos has worked at the Medical Research Council for many years and was one of the designers of the MRC laser scanning confocal microscope which was licensed for commercial production. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society and has recently joined the Council of the Society. He has a broad range of interests linking freshwater microscopy, gemcutting and optical crystallography.

This talk is organised by the Quekett Microscopical Club but AES & Bug Club members are welcome. Please notify the Quekett Microscopical Club if you plan to attend.

Organisation details

This event was not organised by the AES. Please contact the event organiser if you have any queries.

Event organiser: The Quekett Microscopical Club

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