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High Performance Liquid Chromatography Seminar

Join us at ANFF-Q to hear from one of Merck’s chromatography experts to learn how we can help advance your High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) method. The seminar will cover HPLC method development for both small and large molecules. Make sure you register, so we have enough morning tea for everyone. Date: Wednesday, 17 October … Read more “High Performance Liquid Chromatography Seminar”

Thinking Big with Nano – An Entrepreneurship Workshop

  Register now for the THINKING BIG WITH NANO entrepreneurship workshop. This workshop will be held 21–22 November and will showcase success stories in research translation in nanotechnology and provide training in skills to help take ideas from concepts to a viable business. This event is presented by The Australian National Fabrication Facility and the Australian … Read more “Thinking Big with Nano – An Entrepreneurship Workshop”

IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit coming to Brisbane

Focusing on Inspiration, Leadership, Empowerment and Entrepreneurship for women in technology, the 2018 IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit will be held 26–27 November at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. With a variety of speakers, workshops and discussion panels, this 2-day summit will provide opportunities for networking, mentorship, and collaboration. IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is … Read more “IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit coming to Brisbane”

Chief Operating Officer – Australian National Fabrication Facility

Based at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication, Clayton. The ANFF is seeking an outstanding Chief Operating Officer to lead implementation of the strategic direction of the organisation and meet performance standards. • Interesting and varied role • Opportunity to lead improvement projects • Immediate start. The Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) was established in 2007 … Read more “Chief Operating Officer – Australian National Fabrication Facility”

Congratulations to ANFF CEO, Rosie Hicks – AFR Woman of Influence 2018

We are proud to announce that ANFF CEO, Rosemary (Rosie) Julia Hicks, has been selected as one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence 2018. The list features women working across a spectrum of industries demonstrating a strong sense of commitment to a cause. The Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards presented by Qantas encompasses … Read more “Congratulations to ANFF CEO, Rosie Hicks – AFR Woman of Influence 2018”

Industry–Research internships for your project

Australian Postgraduate Research (APR) Intern is the only national all sector – all discipline internship program placing PhD students into business. A not-for-profit program, APR.Intern connects industry with Postgraduate students and leading research capabilities to complete tightly focused research projects. Industry clients work with the successful intern and academic mentor to refine the project plan. Both industry … Read more “Industry–Research internships for your project”

21st Annual Women in Technology Awards — It’s Time to Shine!

Please join us at the 21st Annual WiT Awards Gala Dinner as we celebrate the achievements of amazing women working in technology and life sciences! When: 14 Sep 2018 6:00 PM Where: Royal International Convention Centre, RNA Showgrounds Dress: Black Tie Theme: It’s Time to Shine — Black and Gold Ticket inclusions: Entry, canapes/drinks on arrival, a … Read more “21st Annual Women in Technology Awards — It’s Time to Shine!”

Mobility grant to attend ICYRAM — applications close 18 June

Are you an early- and mid-career researcher working in material science? Are you interested in events in the field of advanced materials that offer valuable engagement opportunities with peers and industry? The Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) through the Australian Academy of Science is offering a number of Emerging Researchers Mobility Grants to support a diversity … Read more “Mobility grant to attend ICYRAM — applications close 18 June”

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”