We have an international reputation in high-resolution microscopy, particularly in advanced live imaging of cells. This is possible due to the state-of-the-art light microscopy facility (LMF). The LMF operates a range of light microscopes, including 6 DeltaVision Deconvolution systems, 3 confocal microscopes and a super-resolution OMX system. Our research relies heavily on being able to localize proteins of interest in fixed and live cells. For instance, the ability to determine the temporal and spatial regulation of proteins involved in cell division is crucial for our understanding of this process. In addition, there is a growing effort in the imaging of live tissues through the work of Professors Kate Storey, Jason Swedlow, Inke Näthke and Kees Weijer. In addition to light microscopy, we also host an extensive electron microscopy suite.