InterSystems Corporation is holding a seminar to celebrate the launch of what it claims is the world's first laboratory business management system (LBMS), TrakCare Lab Enterprise.
With Lorne conference season just a few months away, Australia's life scientists will be getting ready for a massive two weeks packed with five different events.
NFMRI's second annual conference, 'Supporting Biomedical Innovations: Getting Innovations on the Right Track', will take place in October 2016 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in Queensland.
Plant pathology and biosecurity researchers, students, educators and policymakers will discuss the latest developments in plant protection at Science Protecting Plant Health 2017, to be held at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Queensland, in September 2017.
With the conference theme 'Innovations in Medical Science', the AACB 54th Annual Scientific Conference and the AIMS 46th National Scientific Meeting have combined to create an exciting meeting with an outstanding program of keynote international and local speakers, a number of oral and poster opportunities, a great social program and an extensive industry exhibition.
The Sydney Science Festival will be held for the second time from 11–21 August 2016, featuring an array of science superstars headlining events across Sydney.
The Science of Life & Death series is designed to educate, entertain and push us to the edge of our comfort levels, starting a national conversation about life, death and beyond.
Medical technology conference AusMedtech is on again this year from 10–11 May at the Adelaide Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Semifinalists in the science communication competition FameLab will take to the stage on 7 April at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
Women in Technology (WiT) is launching STEMed — a one-day festival of education for the future.
Hobart's most unconventional art gallery has, in its short life, earned an international reputation for smashing established conventions.
The Sydney Science Festival, to be held 11–21 August, will this year play host to a very special exhibition.
The Australasian Society for Immunology invites you to be a part of its 45th annual scientific meeting, the theme of which is 'New Horizons'.
This month will see the launch of a free forum series which is focused on education to help bridge the gap between research discovery and commercialisation.
The inaugural Sydney Science Festival will feature 70 science-based events, tours, workshops, exhibitions and activities held in 34 venues across the NSW capital.