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 June 2014
Tuesday 17
15:30 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series: 'Coral reefs go viral'. Speaker: Dr Karen Weynberg More Information
Viruses are the most abundant biological agents in the global oceans, with numbers typically averaging ten billion per litre. The ability of viruses to infect all organisms indicates they most likely play a central role in marine ecosystems. Corals form an obligate symbiotic relationship with the (...)

 July 2014
Tuesday 01
16:45 - TALK - WA Flow Meeting More Information
The 8th meeting of WA Flow – the Western Australian Flow Cytometry Interest Group - will be held on Tuesday 1st July in the Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis. We have a couple of really interesting talks lined up! Assoc Prof Kathy Heel will show us how she and her team are using (...)

 August 2014
Sunday 03
16:00 - CONFERENCE - IsoEcol 2014 : International Conference on the Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies Website | More Information
This will be the 9th International Conference on the Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (IsoEcol 9). The conference will be held 3-8 August 2014 at The University Club, on the campus of The University of Western Australia, adjacent to the beautiful Swan River.

Sunday 10
10:00 - OPEN DAY - 2014 Open Day : Join us for our Open Day and experience all that UWA has to offer Website | More Information
Come and find out about UWA’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses, scholarship opportunities, outstanding career options and explore our community programs and facilities.

This year there will be campus tram tours, hands-on activities, live music and entertainment, as well as plenty (...)
Thursday 14
16:00 - TALK - The new X-ray Surface Analysis Facility at Curtin More Information
Surface science underpins all modern technology from Gore-Tex to the iPhone. We need to think about surfaces for catalysis, corrosion, coatings, growth of thin films, chemical/biological functionalization and nanotechnology just to name a few. Over the last few months Curtin has established a (...)
Friday 29
8:00 - EVENT - Combined Biological Sciences Meeting : 24th Annual CBSM @ UWA University Club Website | More Information
CBSM aims to promote biological science in Western Australia by encouraging the interaction of scientists, students and industry representatives from all aspects of life science. The meeting is designed to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and expertise to keep the life sciences in WA (...)

 September 2014
Tuesday 02
17:00 - TALK - WA Flow Meeting : Presentation of applications, protocols, information and general discussion of current flow cytometry. More Information
Tracey Lee-Pullen from SJOG will provide an overview of the process of designing and optomising polychromatic immunophenotyping panels for clinical cancer research, followed by Dr Scott Fisher from UWA/HPI who will show us how targeting regulatory immune cell subsets can improve cancer therapy.
Thursday 25
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series 2014: Design and manufacture of complex titanium scaffolds using selective laser melting More Information
This seminar will outline some of our recent research in Selective Laser Melting at The University of Western Australia in two main areas: Titanium - this work includes the development, production and testing of high strength to weight ratio structures: Aluminium - here recent results on the effect (...)

 October 2014
Tuesday 14
13:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Professor Andrew E Pelling : Pushing Living Cells to Artificial Extremes Website | More Information
Living cells possess an exquisite ability to sense and respond to physical information in their microenvironment. This ability plays a key role in many fundamentally important physiological and pathological processes. I will describe our work utilizing a variety of biophysical tools to investigate (...)
Wednesday 22
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series:"Hacking the Environment of Living Cells" More Information
Living cells possess an exquisite ability to sense and respond to physical information in their microenvironment. This ability plays a key role in many fundamentally important physiological and pathological processes. I will describe our work utilizing a variety of strategies to use physical cues (...)
Thursday 30
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar: Super-resolution optical imaging of chromatin, DNA damage and repair : A new approach to imaging chromatin in situ More Information
Critical aspects of structure and function of the cell nucleus are often inaccessible to wide field and confocal imaging. Higher order chromatin structures, subnuclear bodies, repair foci etc., cannot be imaged in detail without applying 'super-resolution' techniques. A new approach to imaging (...)

 December 2014
Wednesday 10
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series: Determination of the ordering scheme in B2 phases in high entropy alloys using ChemiSTEM equipped aberration-corrected electron microscopy More Information
Considerable effort has been focused on the development of high entropy alloys (HEA) or alternatively, compositionally complex alloys (CCA). These alloys are usually made up of four or more elements, all with similar, or at least significant, elemental compositions. Some of these CCAs exhibit (...)

 January 2015
Friday 30
9:45 - VISITING SPEAKER - How Helicobacter pylori moves in stomach mucus: Motility of H. pylori in mucin gels : Seminar presented by Prof Rama Bansil, Boston University Physics. More Information
Prof Rama Bansil is visiting UWA and presenting a seminar titled 'How Helicobacter pylori moves in stomach mucus: Motility of H. pylori in mucin gels'. All are welcome to attend her morning seminar on Friday 30th January. Snacks and refreshments will be served from 9.45am.

 February 2015
Thursday 05
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series: Computer-aided detection/diagnosis of breast cancer in multi-modal MRI More Information
A recent meta-study concluded that the use of computer-aided detection/diagnosis (CAD) "in breast MRI has little influence on the sensitivity and specificity of experienced radiologists and therefore their interpretation remains essential". In this talk I describe ongoing collaborative (...)
Tuesday 24
16:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Professor Giles Plant : Human corticospinal motor neuron relay grafts for treatment of cervical spinal cord injury Website | More Information
Professor Giles Plant obtained his PhD degree from The University of Western Australia and is now Basic Science Director of the Stanford Partnership for Spinal Cord Injury and Repair in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University. The aim of Giles' research is to elucidate new cellular (...)

 March 2015
Thursday 05
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Highly Multiparametric Analysis with Mass Cytometry More Information
Mass cytometry marries the resolution, specificity and sensitivity of atomic stable isotope mass spectrometry to the high-throughput, single-cell analytical advantages of flow cytometry. By substituting molecular probes conjugated with stable isotope tags for fluorescence, a large increase is (...)
Thursday 26
14:00 - EVENT - Info Session: Funding Opportunities with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation : Learn about the Foundation's latest round of research grant opportunities from a previous winner. Website | More Information
The Gates Foundation and its Grand Challenges partners are now accepting applications for a number of programs, including its Grand Challenges Explorations initiative, which encourages innovative and unconventional global health and development solutions.

To learn more about the (...)

16:00 - EVENT - Bioengineering Seminar More Information
2015 UWA Gleddon Visiting Fellow Dr Kirill V. Larin, Biomedical Engineering, University of Houston, Texas, USA will talk about "Optical Coherence Tomography: imaging from molecules to whole (embryonic) body" and Dr Kirk W. Feindel, Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis (CMCA (...)

 April 2015
Thursday 09
12:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture : Professor Dr Heiko Lickert Website | More Information
Heiko Lickert is a Full Professor and Chair of Beta-cell Biology in the Medical Faculty of the Technical University Munich (TUM). Professor Lickert is also Director of the Institute of Diabetes and Regeneration Research and Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Stem Cell Research at the (...)

 August 2015
Wednesday 12
9:30 - WORKSHOP - BD Horizon Multicolour Workshop More Information
Over the past 40 years flow cytometry has come a long way. Advancements in optical and fluidic design, component miniaturisation, intuitive software and a wide range of new fluorochromes have made flow analysers and cell sorters more accessible to a new generation of scientists. Despite the (...)


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