Dr Mel McDowall was featured in a science stories article by the Robinson Research Institute at the Unviersity of Adelaide. For the full articles please click here
Congratulations to A/Prof Heike Ebendorff-Heridepriem and colleagues for their recent publication in Optical Material Express on 3D-Printed extrusion dies.
CNBP researcher from the Origin of Sensation team Dr Sanam Mustafa represented the CNBP at the FASEB Translational Neuroimmunology: From Mechanisms to Therapeutics conference in Big Sky, Montana, USA.
Leading researchers from the field of Neuroimmunology presented their cutting-edge research at a prestigious FASEB meeting in Big Sky, Montana. Dr Mustafa discussed her research with world-class researchers. This brought the CNBP and the University of Adelaide onto the world stage for its transdisciplinary research.
Initiated by Dr Sabrina Heng, four students from Ananyant Polytech in Singapore spent 12 weeks working with local scientist. This ongoing partnership provides on the job research experience for the students, and mentoring opportunities for early career researchers at Adelaide.
Congratulations to Prof Ewa Goldys and A/Prof Dayong Jin for their contributions to the successful, University of Sydney led, LIEF bid to purchase a CyTOF. This instrument has the capability to make 100 simultaneous quantitative measurements per cell in complex populations. Analysis and modelling of the data will enable us to map and understand in unprecedented detail, the development of cell lineages, the kinetics of their working processes and the complex relationships between these.
8 July 2014: CONASTA Keynote presentation
Professor Tanya Monro delivered the keynote presentation at the Australian Science Teachers Association’s national conference – CONASTA 63.
CONASTA is hosted annually by the Australian Science Teachers Association in partnership with a different state or territory Science Teachers Association. It brings together 400+ educators from all sectors, including schools, universities and scientific organisations, and provides high-quality professional development opportunities in the all-important field of science teaching and learning. There is no other national event that brings together the depth and richness of science teaching expertise in such a spirit of learning, discovering and camaraderie.