Four scientists from New South Wales have won awards for scientific excellence in career research from peak science body the Australian Academy of Science.
Lomb Scientific is set to open an office and warehouse facility in the Melbourne suburb of Kensington.
Bonnet Equipment, supplier of a range of high quality laboratory products and consumables to laboratories in Australia and New Zealand, has recently instituted a name change to Microanalytix.
Invitrogen, a provider of life science technologies for research, production and diagnostics, has announced a definitive agreement to purchase privately held American company CellzDirect for around $57 million.
Millipore Corp has announced a joint development agreement with Rohm & Haas Company to create high-performance chromatography products for use in the production of biologic drugs.
The University of Queensland has received a $50 million funding agreement from the Queensland Government for the university’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB).
Peptech has announced an official name change to Arana Therapeutics. The company’s ASX code will change to AAH this week and its code on the London Stock Exchange has been changed to AAHx.
Adept Electronic Solutions is opening an office in Melbourne and is celebrating with a Machine Vision Open Day on 22 November.
The Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Association has released a guidebook designed to greatly improve scientists’ ability to accurately assess the economical benefit of their research.
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The Australian National University will be using the 12th Frank and Bobbie Fenner Conference to honour the retirement of Emeritus Prof Frank Fenner, the Australian scientist who oversaw the eradication of smallpox.
An Australian has been elected president of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), as it becomes increasingly involved in major global issues such as climate change, security and social responsibility.
The Screen-Well collection of compound libraries from BIOMOL International are focused collections of compounds suitable for receptor de-orphaning, assay development and chemical genomics.
The Australian government has announced it will provide $3.5 million for projects to commence in 2008 under the Australian Research Councilâ€™s (ARC) Linkage International scheme.