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3rd Australian Biology of Ageing Conference – registration closes 11 June

The 3rd Australian Biology of Ageing Conference will bring together researchers to discuss highly innovative and multidisciplinary research programs to tackle the challenges of the demographic change of an ageing society with a particular focus on Stem Cells, Ageing and Rejuvenation. Featuring Plenary lectures from Professors Judith Campisi, Thomas A Rando, Juergen Goetz, and Hartmut Geiger. We hope that this meeting will … Read more “3rd Australian Biology of Ageing Conference – registration closes 11 June”

Falling Walls Australia — applications closing soon!

The Australian Academy of Science invites applications from Australian researchers, postdocs and students, entrepreneurs, engineers and innovators from all areas to attend Australia’s Falling Walls Lab in 2018. Falling Walls Lab Australia will be held on 11 September 2018 at the Academy’s Shine Dome, Canberra. Applications close 5pm (AEST) Tuesday 12 June 2018. Twenty Australian … Read more “Falling Walls Australia — applications closing soon!”

Apply now for Electron Beam Lithography Officer position at ANFF-ACT

The ANFF ACT node has a vacancy for an experienced person in electron beam lithography (EBL). The EBL Officer will provide an efficient management and operation of the node EBL RAITH 150. In addition the EBL Officer will carry out various lithography processes, train and supervise users of the system, in support of their research … Read more “Apply now for Electron Beam Lithography Officer position at ANFF-ACT”

Research Bazaar Brisbane 6–8 June

The Research Bazaar is a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the centre of modern research. Throughout 2018, events will be held at a number of university campuses around the globe. Griffith University in conjunction with The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, University of Southern Queensland and QCIF are proud to … Read more “Research Bazaar Brisbane 6–8 June”

BridgeTech Program — EOIs close 1 June 2018

The BridgeTech Program specialises in the commercialisation of medical technology, including medical devices and diagnostics. The 2018 offering of the BridgeTech Program is now open and Expressions of Interest are being accepted. The program will select 100 participants from across Australia to take part in face-to-face and online training in the scientific, legal, financial, clinical, regulatory and … Read more “BridgeTech Program — EOIs close 1 June 2018”

ANFF-Q clients awarded $4.4 million in Human Frontier Science Program Grants

Three of the four Australian university scientists to win 2018 Program Grants from the Human Frontier Science Program are ANFF-Q clients. Their international collaborative projects have been awarded more than $US3.4m ($A4.4m) from the highly competitive global program. AIBN researcher, Associate Professor Vickers is part of an international team studying how enzymes work inside living cells. “Thanks … Read more “ANFF-Q clients awarded $4.4 million in Human Frontier Science Program Grants”

Frontiers in microscopy & microanalysis

Supporting Materials Research to Manufacture the Future Join us for a seminar that will answer how microscopy can be used to unlock your research potential. The presentations will include presentations from Zeiss, Raith and Witec on multimodal and multiscale electron and light microscopy, as well as new frontiers in correlative techniques. Utilise microscopy to enhance … Read more “Frontiers in microscopy & microanalysis”

Falling Walls Venture — applications now open!

Are you a scientist-entrepreneur with an outstanding start-up company based on scientific research? Or a university or research institution looking to showcase your most promising academic spin-off? We got the perfect stage for you! Falling Walls Venture is a global platform for the next generation of outstanding science based start-ups. We are giving a stage … Read more “Falling Walls Venture — applications now open!”

21st Century Scientist — workshop for high school girls

FUEL’s 21st Century Scientist all-day workshop event will connect 12 extraordinary women scientists with 75 teen girls for: an interactive Q&A, a 90 minute networking roundtable, two 1-hour interactive workshops. The event is open to teen girls in high school (Years 7-12) passionate about any area of science, and with a desire to learn more about … Read more “21st Century Scientist — workshop for high school girls”