A leading international research-based pharmaceutical company is calling for Australian scientists to help solve a scientific research dilemma, at the annual AusBiotech conference in Brisbane, October 21–25.
The latest funding round of the Victoria Israel Science and Technology R&D Fund (VISTECH) has just opened, with the deadline for all applications on Monday 10 September 2007.
The 2008 Rank Prize for Optoelectronics has been won by Prof Mandyam Srinivasan, head of Visual Neuroscience at the Queensland Brain Institute.
Nominations for the 2008 ATSE Clunies Ross Awards, Australiaâ€™s awards for scientists, technologists and innovators, close on 31 July 2007.
Following a decision by the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Council, Australia is set to be granted Associate Membership of EMBL.
Rio Tinto has announced major funding for one of the world's largest civilian robotics research centres, a centre for mining automation, which will be based at The University of Sydney.
What is so awesome about yeast? Next week, almost 500 of the worldâ€™s top yeast researchers will gather in Melbourne to discuss that topic at the 23rd International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre.
A major Australian study to better understand Alzheimer's disease has started.
Scientists from NASA, Europe and Australia are expected to visit the Queensland University of Technology's Carseldine campus later this year, at the completion of the southern hemisphere's only microgravity tower.
Australian scientists will tomorrow take delivery of the silicon they will use to redefine the kilogram.
Science Industry Australia (SIA) has announced the formation of the Technology Export Manufacturing Group (TEMG) in NSW to try and boost the state and nationâ€™s reputation as an exporter of manufactured goods and services.
Agilent Technologies has announced the acquisition of the company Stratagene, effective as of today.
Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics, the first 'full service diagnostics' company in the world, will begin operation in Australia and New Zealand on 1 June.
The government has introduced the Global Opportunities program, promising $254.1 million over 10 years to help Australian companies become global businesses.
The Lomb Group has recently been appointed the national distributor for the Eppendorf range of products.