More scientists are needed to help television shows portray accurate science as more and more people rely on TV as their major source of science and technology information and even base career and study choices on these fictional shows.
NSW businesses in the life science sector are invited to join a trade mission in the United States.
Save The Frogs Day is being celebrated worldwide, with specific events planned in the United States in order to protest the use of pesticides, the selling of frog legs and more.
Beckman Coulter featured seamless, automated workflow solutions and improvements in throughput and cellular analysis at the LabAutomation 2011 conference in Palm Springs, California. In addition to workshops and scientific posters, the exhibit showcased applications and systems dedicated to next generation sequencing (NGS) sample preparation, stem cell research, assay screening miniaturization and more.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the opening of the Center of Excellence for POPs, which will partner with laboratories to improve the quality and efficiency of global POPs monitoring.
The Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre has been opened in Brisbane as a response to the global need to combat disease outbreaks and to develop new vaccines.
The United Nations has declared 2011 the International Year of Chemistry, which includes an international initiative that highlights the role chemistry plays in issues of water quality and purification.
The Australian and Mongolian academies of science have signed a memorandum of understanding, in order to increase collaboration.
The International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC 2011) aims to highlight the achievements and contributions of chemistry worldwide.
Lanxess is promoting greater understanding of the contributions of chemistry science in shaping our lives and future, in conjunction with the world’s celebration of the International Year of Chemistry (IYC) 2011.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched a YouTube Channel dedicated to Chromatography at www.youtube.com/chromatographyvideos.
With the effects of the GFC still being felt across industry, academia and business, now more than ever is the time to be working smarter, not harder.
The future of engineered body parts will be discussed and scrutinised by the world’s leading tissue engineers at the University of Sydney in November.
Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Minister Senator Kim Carr is encouraging individuals and organisations to apply for National Science Week grants and run events and activities that promote Australia’s talent in the area of science.
This premier international scientific meeting brings together the 12th IUBMB Conference, the 21st FAOBMB Conference and the ComBio2010 meeting. A unique blend of participating societies will be of major interest to biochemists, molecular biologists, cell and developmental biologists, and plant scientists.