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New Director of the Electron Microscope Unit
Robert Knutsen was appointed as the Director of the Electron Microscope Unit at the University of Cape Town in January 2020
EBL and RISE
Would you like to know more about Electron Beam Lithography or Raman Intergrated Scanning electron Microscopy? We can come to you!
Online Equipment Reservations
You must be registered with the Centre for Imaging and Analysis before you can make instrument bookings. To register, please contact Miranda or Mohamed.
Sir Aaron Klug passes away
Sir Aaron Klug was born in Lithuania and educated in South Africa. He was awarded the 1982 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contribution to Crystallographic electron microscopy.
Cryo Electron Microscopy scoops Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson, win the 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The Aaron Klug Centre for Imaging and Analysis

The Electron Microscope Unit (EMU), provides a central microscopy service to all departments of the University of Cape Town, as well as to other universities, research institutions and private companies. Staff at the Unit are able to advise users on many aspects of electron microscopy, light microscopy and digital imaging and can take on joint research. The Unit offers a versatile, high quality range of instruments and techniques serving the needs of Engineering (Material and Chemical), Biological Science, Physical Science, Geoscience, Agricultural Science, Biotechnology and Medical Sciences. The Unit is located on the first level (room 1.01) of the New Engineering Building on Madiba Circle on the Upper Campus.

 

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Sunday, 29 March 2020
Tescan MIRA SEM
Arrival of our new TESCAN RISE SEM.
Our New Tescan RISE SEM has arrived!

 

Publication Date:
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 - 16:00
Artists Impression
UCT's Centre for Imaging and Analysis (UCT CIA)

The University of Cape Town has a world-class visualization and analysis centre built largely around electron microscopy to serve the needs of all disciplines. The centre offers a large and versatile range of instruments and techniques serving the needs of Engineering, Biological, Earth and Physical Sciences and Medicine.

Publication Date:
Thu, 23 Mar 2017 - 09:15

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