The 2014 Australian Institute of Non Destructive Testing (AINDT) Conference will provide an opportunity for maintenance and quality-assurance professionals to learn more about non-destructive testing and related technologies from AINDT members.
Engineers Australia is bringing two retired NASA astronauts, as well as the only Australian currently working in the International Space Station (ISS) Flight Control team, to Convention 2014.
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute National Congress, to be held in Adelaide from 7-12 December, will be the largest gathering of Australian chemists since 2005 and everyone is welcome. Over 100 plenary, keynote and invited speakers have been drawn from around the world and represent some of the most important work in the chemical community.
Health research ethics organisation Bellberry is hosting a congress to discuss some of the ethical dilemmas seen in cancer trials, including access to new treatments for both research participants and later to the wider community.
The newly formed Commonwealth Science Council will advise the government on areas of national strength, current and future capability and on ways to improve connections between government, research organisations, universities and business.
Has the Australian biotech sector the potential to fill some of the gaps left by the demise of traditional manufacturing areas? Find out at AusBiotech 2014.
Thousands of engineers from all disciplines are coming to Melbourne for Convention 2014 - claimed to be the largest engineering event ever held in the Southern Hemisphere.
The ASI Annual Scientific meeting has joined forces with several clinically oriented societies this year to bring bench and bedside researchers together for one big immunological event.
The inaugural Australian Science Industry Exchange event (ASiX) was held in Melbourne last week, with over 80 of the country's science sector business and technology leaders discussing the state of the industry and seeking to find better ways to do business.
The BioProcessing Network (BPN) is holding its annual conference from 21-23 October at Encore, St Kilda. The meeting will gather together researchers, manufacturers, suppliers and others with an active interest in bioprocessing as it applies to areas such as biotherapeutics, biofuels and food processing.
The 14th Australasian Genomic Technologies Association (AGTA) conference will be held at the Crown Promenade, Melbourne, Australia, Sunday 12 to Wednesday 15 October 2014.
If you want to find out what science industry customers really want, you need to attend Australian Science Industry Exchange on 20 August.
Interested individuals are invited to help create and improve the Wikipedia pages of Australian female scientists. The Australian Academy of Science is holding the Women of Science Wikibomb as part of National Science Week.
The 2014 Graeme Clark Oration, hosted by the ICT for Life Sciences Forum at the Melbourne Convention Centre, will be presented on 5 June by Wyss Institute founding director Dr Don Ingber.
The Australian Academy of Science held its annual Science at the Shine Dome gathering from 27-29 May. The theme of this year’s event was Celebrating Australian science - past present future.