ComBio 2013 will be held from 29 September to 3 October 2013 at the Perth Convention Centre. The program will feature 17 plenary presentations from highly regarded international scientists, plus six society speciality lectures.
From 9.00 am to 8.00 pm on 28 and 29 September, sightseers will have the chance to explore the laboratories, technical halls, experiments and accelerators at the biggest particle physics centre in the world - CERN.
Experience quantum billiards, find out how genome sequencing technology will revolutionise the practice of medicine and gain an insight into the dramatic changes the ocean is undergoing.
The importance of science to Australia’s future and its place in the world will be the subject of a free public lecture in Perth next month by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb.
This coming July the world-renowned Adelaide Convention Centre will be hosting the Australian Society for Microbiology Annual Scientific Meeting and the Australasian Mycological Society Joint Conference. Add them to your diary and register to attend now.
An exhibition at the University of Sydney’s Macleay Museum provides a rare opportunity to see models used to teach science and medicine at the university from the 1880s.
More than 150 leading Australian and international researchers will converge on Wollongong this week to speak about and share insights into groundbreaking materials research as part of the 8th Annual International Electromaterials Science Symposium.
Registration is now open for the 2013 AusBiotech Business Development Workshop and Forum, which will be held in Adelaide from 20-21 March.
The 2013 Australian Delegation to biotechnology convention BIO, being managed by AusBiotech, gives Australian companies and research organisations a chance to participate on the Australian pavilion at the event.
The inaugural OMICS Australasia 2012 Symposium is being held from 26-28 November in Fremantle, Western Australia. It is being hosted by Murdoch University and supported by the Western Australian Department of Commerce, Bruker and other industry sponsors.
Two giant advertising billboard signs have been given over to exhibit a piece of art based on a vital but little-known physics equation.
UniQuest will promote the business benefits of partnering with the latest research innovations and expertise from Australian universities at this year’s AusBiotech conference in Melbourne from 30 October to 2 November.
The Laboratory Managers Conference 2012 will be opened by Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt. Other keynote speakers include Professor David de Kretser, the ex-governor of Victoria; and Professor Graham Mitchell, Chief Scientist Victoria.
A new University of Sydney exhibition chronicles some of Australia’s most significant advances in the biological sciences during the past half-century. ‘The Meaning of Life: Celebrating 50 years of Biological Sciences’ marks the anniversary of the schools of Zoology and Botany’s amalgamation into the School of Biological Sciences in 1963.