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  • A Victorian node: Monash University joins Microscopy Australia

    Monash University has officially become host to the new Victorian node of Microscopy Australia, a consortium of university-based microscopy facilities that enables researchers from universities and industry to share access to high-end microscopy instruments and expertise in facilities around Australia.

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  • Monash Physicist Receives Top Science Recognition

    The Australian Academy of Science has announced internationally renowned Monash physicist Professor Joanne Etheridge, Director Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy and Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering is one of 22 distinguished Australian scientists elected as new Fellows to the Academy.

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  • Monash and Newcastle Universities’ offer united research strengths to South East Asia

    Monash University has joined forces with Newcastle University (UK) to showcase to industry and other potential investors, the real-world impact their complementary research brings to the life sciences sector in South East Asia.

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  • Ground breaking nanotechnology here in Melbourne

    Monash University and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) have formalised an agreement with an international advanced materials equipment manufacturer, Ulvac, that will enable ground-breaking nanotechnology research to take place in the Monash area.

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  • Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) molecular imaging symposium

    Who should attend?If you think any of your projects could benefit from utilising non-invasive methodologies to image structural and functional changes in live animals and humans. The symposium will focus on recent radioactive and fluorescent tracer i...

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  • Bioinformatics - Genomics, Big Data and the Future of Medical Research and Healthcare

    This is a public lecture held as part of AMSI BioinfoSummer 17 and is presented by Prof John MattickVenue: Building K, Level 3, Lecture theatre K309, Campus Walk South, Monash University, Caulfield Cost: FreeEvent Details and registration c...

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  • Monash Bioinformatics Platform: Introduction to R

    The workshop will be taught in a similar style to Software Carpentry workshops. Software Carpentry's mission is to help scientists and engineers get more research done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic lab skills for scienti...

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  • MCN Seminar: Electrospinning nanofibres at Deakin University

    ANFF-VIC presents a series of talks at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication on the electrospinning capabilities available at Deakin Universityʼs Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM).Electrospinning is a technique that uses electrostatic forces ...

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  • Translational impact

    Monash University and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) received funding in late 2014 from the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) to establish the Biomedical Materials Translational Facility (BMTF).

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  • Maximising Impact through Mathematics - and Having Fun Too!

    Mathematics holds the key to unlock many of the greatest challenges of our time. From improving food security, to reducing traffic congestion, and discovering hidden connections in gene networks, mathematical techniques are enabling solutions that wi...

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