Seminars 2005

Prof. Sir John Meurig Thomas, FRS, FREng. Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, University of Cambridge and Royal Institution of Great Britain.
Some Electron Tomographic Applications in Materials Chemistry & Nanotechnology.

Maarten Balzar, Nikon Europe BV.
High-speed Fluorsceence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM)

Martin Trtilek and Ladislav Nedbal.
Practical applications of chlorophyll fluorescence kinetic imaging.

Dr Felix Margadant, Ultrim Stiftung, Munich (formerly School of Physics, University of Sydney).
Trans-oesophageal scanning for cardiac microsurgery.

Prof. Jean-Paul Morniroli, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille, Laboratoire de Métallurgie Physique et Génie des Matériaux, France.
LACBED Characterisation of Dislocations.

Prof. Kannan M. Krishnan, Department of Materials Science, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
Spins, Bytes and Cures: Science and Technology of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

Prof. D. B. Williams, Lehigh University, USA.
Is the TEM Obsolescent?

Dr M. Matz, University of Florida, USA.
Molecular Biology and Evolution of Anthozoa Coloration.

Prof. G. D. W. Smith, University of Oxford, UK.
The Three Dimensional Atom Probe: Materials Characterisation on the Atomic Scale.

Prof. J. Henderson, University of Nottingham, UK.
Glass Technology in the 1st Millennium AD: Experimentation or 'Knee-jerk' Reaction?

Dr B. Hankamer, University of Queensland.
Electron Crystallography and Single Particle Analysis of Proteins and other Macromolecules.