Lonza has announced that it is holding a free webinar, titled 'Pluripotent Stem Cells - From Research to Therapy', on 17 June. The webinar is aimed at helping researchers streamline pluripotent stem cells (PSC) workflow through various stages of research and development.
The CRC Association's annual conference, to be held from 25-27 May in Canberra, will be celebrating 25 years of innovation through the Cooperative Research Centres Program.
The 65th Australasian Grain Science Conference will be held from 16-18 September at the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach Hotel, Sydney. With the theme of 'Grains for a Healthy Future', the event will bring together international and Australian scientific and technical experts on issues vital to shaping our relationship with food, nutrients and dietary patterns.
Four lucky Australians have been selected to attend the 3rd Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF), which offers 200 promising young researchers the chance to meet and network with the winners of the most prestigious prizes in their fields.
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ComBio2015 will be held from 27 September to 1 October 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Abstract submissions and early-bird registration for the event will be open until 26 June.
The 25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases gave small companies and start-ups the chance to discuss new approaches in the global fight against infections.
The 2015 ARCS Sydney Scientific Congress will once again offer one of the premier events of the year for professionals in the development and commercialisation of therapeutics.
A new South Australian science club, launched at The University of Adelaide, will fill the gap left by the closure of the CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club following federal government funding cuts.
The call for presentations at the 2015 Laboratory Management and Design Conferences will end in just over two weeks, on 28 February.
On 27 February, the University of Sydney will host the first Zoobiquity conference ever to be held outside North America. Zoologists, molecular biologists and human and veterinary physicians will come together as they adopt an interdisciplinary approach to nutrition and disease in humans and animals.
The 2015 Laboratory Management and Design Conferences will be held from 16-19 November at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne. Science Industry Australia is now calling for papers and presentations for the two conferences.
Throughout February the beautiful Victorian coastal town of Lorne will host a series of conferences that will be of interest to all life scientists.
Professor Katharina Pachmann, the inventor of a simple blood test which utilises circulating epithelial tumour cells (CTCs) to monitor the activity of cancer, will be presenting at a number of events in Australia and New Zealand in early December.
Following a successful debut in 2013, the Australia Biotech Invest conference will return to Melbourne from 3-4 December.