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”

Life Sciences Professional Development Event — Shameless Self Promotion

Just because you work hard does not mean that you will attain awards.  Rather than waiting for it to happen, it is important to have a strategy to promote yourself and “put yourself out there”.  Develop your 1 minute pitch and present yourself effectively for awards, grants and promotions. This workshop will look at: Asking … Read more “Life Sciences Professional Development Event — Shameless Self Promotion”

Free training on electron- and laser-beam lithography software

The Research & Prototype Foundry at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub is hosting a free training seminar from GenISys on BEAMER software. The training will be held 28–29 March 2018. BEAMER software enables highly powerful processing of large and complex layout data. This training is aimed at those with EBL experience and those who expect to become frequent … Read more “Free training on electron- and laser-beam lithography software”

Seminar on Zeta potential and the measurement of surface charge

Come along to this free seminar and learn about how surface charge relates to your research. Zeta potential is important for understanding the behaviour of solid materials in many technical processes where aqueous systems play a role, e.g. membranes for water treatment, biomaterials in contact with blood or wet processing of semiconductor wafers. Ashish Kumar … Read more “Seminar on Zeta potential and the measurement of surface charge”

Life Sciences Professional Development Event – Communicate your Impact in the Real World

Come along to this Women in Technology event and learn how to authentically promote yourself and your science using mainstream and social media. This event is open to everyone, both men and women, in the life sciences community interested in promoting their science in the real world. The event will be followed by drinks, canapes … Read more “Life Sciences Professional Development Event – Communicate your Impact in the Real World”

New to the job market or returning after a long hiatus?

Come along to Women in Technology’s Step Up seminar: “Building your Job Ready Tool Kit”. Topics that will be covered include: Resume writing and using tools such as LinkedIn & Seek Mastering top 20 most common interview questions How to research Behavioural Based questions you might come up against and how to give a great behavioural … Read more “New to the job market or returning after a long hiatus?”

Australian Society of Rheology Invited Lecture on Microfluidic devices for characterizing the rheology and tribology of complex fluids

This seminar has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience. In 2017 the Australian Society of Rheology is presenting a national series of lectures, which is open to anyone interested in the flow and deformation of matter. The next event in the series will be held in Brisbane. The presentation will focus on several microfluidic devices … Read more “Australian Society of Rheology Invited Lecture on Microfluidic devices for characterizing the rheology and tribology of complex fluids”

New Zeta 300 optical profiler at ANFF-Q

ANFF-Q, Zeta and Scientific Solutions are providing you with the opportunity to learn all about our new optical profiler: the Zeta 300. The Zeta 300 is a multi-mode optical profiler with a fully integrated, metrology platform that allows automatic data acquisition and analysis for very complicated structures. Budi Hartono, the Zeta Applications Engineer Manager, will … Read more “New Zeta 300 optical profiler at ANFF-Q”

IFE Distinguished Visitor Lecture: Static and Dynamic Bioinspired Self-Assembled Material Systems

Professor Andreas Walther (Albert-Ludwigs-University, Germany) will be speaking about concepts for bioinspired materials formed in both static and dynamic conditions. The first part of the lecture will deal with rather static, nacre-inspired high-performance nanocomposites, in which light-adaptive properties can be encoded through co-assembly and energy transfer approaches. The second part will focus on a platform concept, … Read more “IFE Distinguished Visitor Lecture: Static and Dynamic Bioinspired Self-Assembled Material Systems”