Here’s a list of tools we work with at CNBP to facilitate remote working: Continue reading
By Prof Mark Hutchinson and Dr Kathy Nicholson
As we move into week two of voluntary self-isolation, remote workplaces have become the new normal.
Within the CNBP network, we find ourselves drawing on the past six years of managing a community of over 200 researchers who work and collaborate on our research program across the globe. Continue reading
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal cancers, but difficult to diagnose: few sufferers have symptoms until the cancer has become large or already spread to other organs. Even then, symptoms can be vague and easily misconstrued as more common conditions. Continue reading
As one of the first members of the Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics, Professor Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem’s work touches virtually every piece of research at the centre.
She develops the optical glass fibres, along with their crucial coatings, that deliver information about the environment they are designed to measure. Continue reading
5 March 2020: By Kathy Nicholson
It is international women’s day this Sunday and, like many research organisations in Australia, we need to keep talking about Women in STEM.
Fortunately, from its foundation, CNBP has been focused on building an inclusive, diverse and supportive research environment.
Here’s some of what we have learned over the past six years. While it may seem overly simple, it is still remarkable how many of these things are not happening.
Hopefully these insights will provide you, not matter what stage of career you are in, with tools to create change. Continue reading