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Images and Prints

A selection of images and prints created with the use of advanced microscopy as part of exhibitions and previously sold as limited edition works.

 
 
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Within the In-between

70x100cm panel.

Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute. Limited edition print from Beneath the Surface.

Pieces of Eight Gallery, 2017.


Closer

70x100cm panel.

Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute. Limited edition print from Beneath the Surface.

Pieces of Eight Gallery, 2017.

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Coming Out of This World

Triptych, 3x 83x57cm panels.

Fluorescently labeled neurons within the mouse brain. Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute. From In This Unfolding.

 Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, 2015.

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A Land Beyond the River

83x57cm panel.

Ellipsoid body and drosophila (fruit fly) central nervous system. Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute.

From In This Unfolding.

Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, 2015.

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In This Passing

50cm x 50cm panels.

Images of amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease being surrounded by immune cells within the brain. Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute.

From In This Unfolding.

Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, 2015.

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Where We Are From

Fluorescently labelled neurons in the brain of a mouse.

Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, QBI, 2015.

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Sub-populations of Neural Precursor Cells

Image created for Dr. Dhanisha Jhaveri for the cover of the Journal of Neuroscience and the publication : Purification of neural precursor cells reveals the presence of distinct, stimulus-specific subpopulations of quiescent precursors in the adult mouse hippocampus

Captured using equipment at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute, 2015.

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