The Australian Institute of Medical Scientists has been accepted as a member of the International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science — a global organisation of national societies working to increase opportunities for the development of medical science laboratory professionals through education and partnership.
Senior Cochlear executive Brent Barnes has been appointed the new CEO of technology developer LBT Innovations, commencing on 8 August.
AIB Labs has opened applications to its Research Infrastructure Fund — a grant program designed to facilitate the establishment and running of research service facilities to serve the needs of the South Australian bioscience research community.
Professor Ian Chubb has completed his appointment as Australia's seventh Chief Scientist after almost five years in the role.
Cirdan will be the first laboratory information system (LIS) vendor to fully interface with BloodNet, Australia's national blood inventory management and supply chain system.
Philip Lawrence details how the Testo Saveris data logger assists him in maintaining optimal storage environments.
The ACRF Breakthrough Technologies Laboratory is a $2.5 million facility which will enable new insights into how cancer develops and how it can be more effectively treated.
The winning entries in the 2015 national iAwards have brought a range of benefits to a variety of sectors — with the health sector being no exception.
The Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences has officially opened its new laboratory — an analytical hub that is intended to bring together researchers from across Victoria.
LBT Innovations and bioMérieux have converted their exclusive licence agreement — surrounding LBT's foundational culture plate-streaking technology, MicroStreak — into a non-exclusive one.
A panel of 10 business leaders from around Australia will take part in the Springboard Enterprises Australia Accelerator program, designed exclusively for female entrepreneurs.
The Australian Government will undertake a review of university research funding and policy as part of its plan to boost the commercial returns from research.
This summer, CSIRO will give Indigenous students across three states the chance to participate in the Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science (ASSETS).
CSIRO has welcomed the reappointment of Shirley In't Veld and the appointment of Brian Watson to its board.
The laboratory information system interface BloodNet dominated the competition in this year's iAwards for the ACT — an annual event which honours companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation.