We're a group at the Rowland Institute, specializing in the application of novel microscopy techniques to microorganisms. In particular, we take advantage of high-speed imaging to give new insight into the swimming behaviour of a range of microorganisms, including E. coli and C. reinhardtii. Check out the links to the left for more details about who we are and what we do.
Fluorescently-labelled E. coli flagella, stuck to a glass slide.
Each flagellar helix is about 10 μm long.