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MoU for Australian and Singaporean science centres

29 June, 2015

Questacon has strengthened its relationship with the Singapore Science Centre following a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will build the capacity of each centre and have flow-on benefits to the region.


Reduce the risk of loss in laboratories: temperature monitoring at Melbourne University

19 June, 2015 by Testo Pty Ltd

Medicines, vaccines, laboratory samples, blood products, tissue samples and bio-samples in cold storage need defined, constant temperatures in order not to be compromised. Without constant temperature monitoring, the risk of loss is greatly increased.


The Advantages of Wavelength Scanning in Fluorescence and Absorbance Assays

02 June, 2015 by PerkinElmer

EnVision® Multilabel Plate Reader, widely used in biological assay studies across the field and available in a number of configurations, incorporates monochromator technology in its two options. Absorbance Monochromator option is capable of performing absorbance assays while Fluorescence Intensity Monochromator option can be used for both absorbance and fluorescence intensity assays (quad monochromator design).


Lab space to let

20 May, 2015

A new partnership between G3Lab and WOTSO WorkSpace is bringing top-end lab space within reach of a broad range of lab users, offering flexible lab spaces for rental in the heart of Sydney.


UTS opens state-of-the-art health and science building

28 April, 2015

UTS's Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building - the third major development in the university's billion-dollar City Campus Master Plan - was officially opened on 27 April by NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner.


Govt will pursue a national science policy

15 April, 2015 by Lauren Davis

The Australian Government has announced its intention to develop a whole-of-government policy for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).


Final Growth Centre chairs announced

23 March, 2015 by Lauren Davis

The Australian Government has announced the chairs of its Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Growth Centre and Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Growth Centre.


Mark Hutchinson to direct Nanoscale BioPhotonics centre

21 March, 2015

The ARC Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) has announced Professor Mark Hutchinson as its director, with immediate effect. Professor Hutchinson is no stranger to the centre, having acted as its interim director since September 2014.


Engaging Australia's science industry

19 March, 2015 by Susan Williamson

Science Industry Australia President Ian Gardner reflects on the Australian science industry and casts some light on his plans for building a bigger, better and more engaged community.


Monitoring and documenting the temperature of sensitive goods

03 March, 2015 by Testo Pty Ltd

Having the ability to keep track of the temperature storage of sensitive goods is crucial in healthcare. The testo Saveris temperature monitoring system is capable of keeping such measurements in check.


Three Industry Growth Centre chairs appointed

17 February, 2015

Minister for Industry and Science Ian Macfarlane today announced chairs for three of the federal government's Industry Growth Centres, as well as an independent advisory committee.


Burnet finalises $5m investment deal for China unit

16 January, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australia's Burnet Institute and Chinese state investment firm GuoMinXinHe have finalised a $5 million investment deal covering Nanjing BioPoint, Burnet's commercial entity in China.


LBT set to lose bioMérieux licence deal

12 January, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

LBT Innovations (ASX:LBT) is set to lose a substantial source of income, with licensee bioMérieux planning to terminate its agreement with the Australian lab technology provider.


Temperature monitoring of frozen embryos, sperm and ova

19 November, 2014 by Testo Pty Ltd

Testo's automated temperature monitoring system - Saveris - is used by IVF Australia to ensure the safe storage of frozen embryos, sperm and ova.


Research training centre for portable sample analysis

30 October, 2014

The Australian Research Council has opened its latest research training centre, the ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies (ASTech), at the University of Tasmania.


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