13 Mar 2024
An international research team have made unprecedentedly detailed observations of the earliest merger of galaxies ever witnessed. They suggest stars developed much faster and more efficiently than we thought. They used the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to observe the massive object as it was 510 million years after the Big Bang – i.e. around 13 billion years ago.
23 Feb 2024
A German aircraft flying out of Cairns is measuring the chemistry of the clouds above Australia and the Pacific.
16 Nov 2023
… all while discovering how the Universe evolved, how galaxies form and where the elements come from.
05 Sep 2023
DishBrain reveals how human neurons work together to process information. Living model of brain could give insights into the mechanisms of how we understand and experience the world.
21 Jul 2023
Agricultural genetic stories reported at the International Congress of Genetics in Melbourne.
20 Jul 2023
US$500,000 Gruber Genetics Prize awarded in Melbourne
20 Jul 2023
Thursday at the International Congress of Genetics in Melbourne
18 Jul 2023
Research stories from the International Congress of Genetics in Melbourne Tuesday 18 July 2023
18 Jul 2023
Highlights from the first two days of the 23rd International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne Australia For the next six days we will hear how genetics has transformed medicine, food, conservation, and almost every area of human activity.
13 Oct 2022
Puzzling image from the James Webb Space Telescope explained in two new studies
22 Mar 2022
Australia's national science agency, CSIRO, will tackle Australia's plastic pollution problem, pledging to help Australia reduce 80 per cent of its plastic waste by the end of the decade.
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11 Apr 2017
Researchers in Malaysia are harnessing properties in tropical microbes to address a variety of environmental, agricultural and aquacultural issues.
06 Jun 2007
A University of Queensland scientist at the Queensland Brain Institute has uncovered evidence that could help to explain why some stroke patients have trouble maintaining a stable image of their visual world when they make eye movements.
16 Feb 2007
A discovery that enables the most economically important fruit fly species to be identified from their DNA ‘signature’ could avert future devastating fruit fly outbreaks, according to scientists from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI).
16 Feb 2007
Next week, some of Australia’s and the world’s foremost experts in the field of rust diseases will be in Sydney to attend a symposium on the topic – “Rust Diseases: Threats to Global Food Security in the Context of Climate Change.”
05 Feb 2007
Oysters treated with high pressure water look and taste better, according to consumers who participated in a NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) research project.
05 Feb 2007
NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) scientists have identified a major new source of wheat germplasm tolerant of aluminium toxicity, paving the way for the breeding of new bread wheat varieties able to grow in acid soils.
05 Feb 2007
A ‘dig’ at a former rubbish tip in Sydney is providing scientists with the clues needed to determine the level of greenhouse emissions from wood products in landfills.


16 Nov 2020
Optimising Clinical Trials | Commercialising Great Science | Partnering for Growth
26 Jun 2020
Flattening the Curve with Digital Health: Episode 7 - Australia
20 Nov 2019
Organising partner - the Australian Digital Health Agency
27 Feb 2019
A unique opportunity to hear compelling data case studies, build career-enhancing skills, expand business networks and stay years ahead of competitors.
05 Jun 2019
One massive congress covering 5 streams covering the whole education life cycle. Co-located with EduBUILD.
18 May 2007
Asialink's biennial conference on business and career opportunities in and with Asia will: showcase career opportunities highlight business success stories provide an opportunity for networking and exchange increase understanding of the factors that are leading to commercial success in the region
10 Dec 2007
The objective of the ISNEPP series of symposia is to advance the emerging field of Nanotechnology in the areas of environmental protection and remediation, public health, energy resources and production, and standards and regulation.
18 Jun 2006
The ISNEPP 2006 audience comprises researchers from R&D organizations and academia, government policy makers, and industry and industry bodies.


Professor Madhu Bhaskaran is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering. She is a multi-award winning electronics engineer and innovator. She proudly co-leads Women in STEMM Australia.
Dr Sarkar is a senior research fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia. She is actively engaged in collaborating with academic and industry stakeholders and leads multiple projects for the development of novel therapeutics/vaccines to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
Dr Linny Kimly Phuong is a paediatric infectious diseases physician and researcher. She holds appointments at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Cabrini Health and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Linny’s areas of research include paediatric infections, Kawasaki disease and vaccine safety.
Prof Matthew Tan is a Food Security Specialist and an Aquaculture veteran with more than 20 years’ experience in the Agri-Tech Industry. He is currently driving several sustainability projects in the area of Carbon Neutral Engineering and specializes in Aquaculture & Agriculture carbon credit & sequestration with regards to regenerative & restorative activities in the areas of habitat conservation, biodiversity, CSR aquaculture and use of climate smart technologies with the aim to develop true impact projects to reduce carbon emissions, plastic waste, protect biodiversity, and drive conservation and investment into local communities as he assist companies with their Carbon Transition Strategy and Planning.
My PhD research entitled "No harm done? The experiences of women who inject drugs accessing harm reduction in Indonesia" examines the role of social, political and economic impacts on women who use/inject drugs and the correlation with increase rates of HIV/HCV and incarceration.

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