The ACT Chief Minister is calling for women to participate in the country's 2011 survey of working women.
UniQuest is promoting three potential new breast cancer treatments at Ausbiotech 2011, taking place at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 16-19 October.
The NSW life sciences sector will be showcased at AusBiotech 2011 in Adelaide.
Leading scientists will discuss concerns about the impact on human health and the environment from emerging conaminants at the CleanUp 2011 Conference in Adelaide.
More than 30 companies from industries as diverse as seafood, electronics, engineering and recycling have been accepted into the IRL Scientist for a Day Program aimed at helping companies across New Zealand transform their businesses.
The ASBMB, ASPS and ANZSCDB are holding their joint annual conference from 25-29 September at the Cairns Convention Centre in North Queensland - and everyone’s invited.
CleanUp 2011 will be held at the Hilton Adelaide hotel in Adelaide, South Australia, from 7-15 September 2011.
National Science Week 2011 was officially launched at the Queensland Museum by Australia's Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC.
Rheology Solutions and Optical Control Systems (OCS) are running a free joint workshop on optical scanning on Tuesday 6 September 2011.
The 22nd Annual International Light Scattering Colloquium will be held at the Four Seasons Biltmore Resort in Santa Barbara, California.
Australian scientific innovation is being promoted to Europe by Professor Tanya Monro as part of the Australian Academy of Science Speakers Series.
The commencement of the new $100m medical research hub at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre has been marked at a ceremony in Perth today.
At the 2011 ASM Annual Scientific Meeting, Microbiology on the Edge, world-leading scientists will be presenting their current research on diverse microbiology topics. The program encompasses the latest developments in food microbiology, medical microbiology, molecular microbiology, virology, emerging zoonoses and marine microbiology.
A lab for research into the molecular workings of plants and the genomes of crops will be launched in Perth.
The Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine is launching the world’s first forensics YouTube channel.