Emmanuelle Charpentier is the keynote speaker for ComBio 2017
Emmanuelle Charpentier is the keynote speaker for ComBio 2017 in Adelaide. Charpentier from Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin is best known for her role as co-inventor in repurposing the bacterial CRISPR/Cas9 for genome editing. http://www.combio.org.au/..Read More
STA October 2016 Newsletter
STA October 2016 Newsletter Dear colleagues, This month we’ve been working hard to pull together a stimulating and practically-focused Science meets Business. With an excellent line-up of speakers and a similarly experienced list of delegates, the ..Read More
Call for 2017 ASBMB Award nominations
Call for 2017 ASBMB Award nominations. The ASBMB maintains a number of awards to recognise excellence in Australian Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Click here for the links to award winners and nomination/application forms for the various awards. Deadline: November ..Read More
The August 2016 Australian Biochemist magazine is now online.
The August 2016 Australian Biochemist magazine is now online. The official magazine of the ASBMB, the Australian Biochemist keeps members up-to-date with relevant scientific and personal news in Australia and abroad. It provides information to members on upcoming even..Read More
Newsletter from new STA CEO – Kylie Walker
Newsletter from new STA CEO - Kylie Walker. Dear colleagues, It is my great pleasure to write to you as the new Chief Executive Officer of Science and Technology Australia. I’ve enjoyed working with STA and many of its members over the years on political advocacy, pu..Read More
ComBio2016 in Brisbane
ComBio2016 in Brisbane. ComBio is the major ASBMB conference held each year, in association with other organisations. ComBio2016 will be held at the Brisbane Convention Centre, located in the heart of Brisbane's unique Southbank Precinct - a 17 hectare riverside oasis renowned for its abundance o..Read More
The winners of the ASBMB Awards are now online.
The winners of the 2016 ASBMB Awards are now online. The ASBMB maintains a number of awards to recognise excellence in Australian Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. ..Read More