April 2018

The “Imaging and Flow Cytometry Technical Seminars” are taking place in Sydney on Tuesday, 17th April at Building 75, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney.
Join us for a series of half-day seminars as we host both international and local scientists to reveal the most recent advances in cell imaging and flow cytometry. Learn more about applications, including biomarker profiling and rare event identification. 

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Research Associate in Marine Microbial Ecology
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Join us for another round of JAMS microbiology seminars at Harpoon Harry, from 5:45pm, Tuesday 24th April 2018.
Our speakers for the night are:
6:00pm Vanessa Pirotta – Macquarie University
Microbes, whale snot and ecosystem health
6:20pm Melanie Duncan – University of Sydney
“Loss of actin-based motility impairs Ectromelia virus release in vitro but is not critical to spread in vivo”
7:00pm Silas Vick – Macquarie University
“Life on coal: deciphering the microbial ecology of coal seam microbiomes”

18 – 21 June 2018

Kasetsart University, Bangkok
Computational biology is the new skill set for understanding agricultural systems. We empower you with a hands-on workshop that blends theory and bioinformatics practicals for 21st century skills.