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First international guests announced for NZ Scifest

05 May, 2014

This year's New Zealand International Science Festival (Scifest) will be held in Dunedin from 5-13 July. The aim of the event is to promote and celebrate science, technology and the natural environment to a wide general audience, showing that science is exciting, fun and accessible.

Chocolate slime at ANSTO this Easter

03 April, 2014

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), located in Sydney's Sutherland Shire, is once again holding its Easter school science workshops.

International Symposium on Clinical and Translational Research Informatics

24 March, 2014

BioGrid Australia and the University of Melbourne's Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre (HaBIC) are hosting a two-day symposium which will see some of the world's leading researchers discuss the use of data for health informatics, patient safety, genetic breakthroughs, and clinical and translational research.

ASTM to hold meeting on industrial biotechnology standards

20 March, 2014

ASTM International will hold an organisational meeting to explore the establishment of a new ASTM standards development activity for industrial biotechnology.

Swinburne and Lims1 to hold webinar

12 March, 2014

Swinburne University of Technology and Lims1 are holding a short webinar on 9 April from 9-9.30 am.

Convergence expert to speak in Melbourne this week

18 February, 2014

Dr Keith Yamamoto, from the University of California San Francisco, will this week make two presentations on the topic of convergence in Melbourne.

Webinar on cloud computing in the science industry

11 February, 2014

Fronde is holding an introductory webinar about business cloud computing in 2014 and what this can mean for businesses in the science space. The webinar will be held on Wednesday 19 February from 9-9.30 am AEDT.

ANSTO celebrates the International Year of Crystallography

23 January, 2014

The study of crystallography - the only technique for examining the arrangement and structure of matter or materials at the atomic or molecular level - is around 100 years old. In light of this, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has declared 2014 the International Year of Crystallography (IYCr2014).

Lorne conference season 2014

12 December, 2013

The seaside town of Lorne, less than two hours' drive from Melbourne, will soon host its traditional series of life sciences conferences. The Mantra Lorne offers beachfront accommodation surrounded by 12 acres of landscaped gardens, making it an ideal setting for the two-week conference series.

Science talk at Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden

29 November, 2013

The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust is hosting a talk on plant conservation at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney on 9 December.

Questacon celebrates 25th anniversary

22 November, 2013

Saturday 23 November marks the 25th anniversary of Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre. The multiaward-winning tourist attraction features eight galleries with over 200 interactive exhibits.

Workshop explores the challenge of taking stem cell therapy to market

11 November, 2013

The NSW Stem Cell Network is hosting a workshop to address the future of stem cell research in Australia and the gap in taking innovative stem cell therapies to patients.

Melbourne hosts biotech investment conference

22 October, 2013

Life sciences investment event AusBiotech Invest Conference will take place from 28-29 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

CleanUp conference to combat contamination

09 September, 2013

CleanUp 2013 will be held from 15-18 September 2013 at the Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne. Leading international scientists will attend the event to discuss the latest tactics and solutions in the growing worldwide war on pollution.

International Symposium on Human Identification: 7-10 October

16 August, 2013

The 24th International Symposium on Human Identification, to be held from 7-10 October in Atlanta, Georgia, is said to be the largest conference on DNA analysis for human identification.

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