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 August 2011
Sunday 14
10:00 - EVENT - 2011 Open Day : Experience what's on offer at UWA Website | More Information
UWA opens up the whole campus to the public.

Come and find out about the courses on offer, valuable research, community programs, and facilities...all mixed with a day full of lots of fun activities for everyone!
Tuesday 16
12:00 - EVENT - School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences; Chemistry Seminar : Stereoselective Synthesis of Anti-biotic and Anti-viral Compounds More Information
Efficient and high yielding syntheses are highly desirable in all fields of chemistry research including natural product total synthesis, medicinal chemistry and process chemistry. In this context I will outline my previous research on the asymmetric synthesis of various antibiotics and my current (...)
Thursday 18
10:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Exploring the Molecular Mechanisms of Chloroplast RNA Editing : RNA editing converts genetic information encoded in genome More Information
Dr Okuda is from Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University, Japan and his research focuses around PPR proteins and plant organelle gene expression. RNA editing converts genetic information encoded in the genome at the RNA level and is thus a biological phenomenon that challenges the (...)
Wednesday 24
17:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Student opportunities in medical research with the Lung Institute of WA : Students interested in undertaking PhD and Hons or BMedSci are invited to attend an information evening to learn more about study opportunities at the Institute. Website | More Information
* PhD Scholarships * Hons Scholarships *Vacation Cadetship Program

Join us to find out more about the great range of research projects and scholarships on offer at LIWA.

Projects are available within the Tissue Repair Unit, Molecular Genetics Unit and Pleural Disease Unit.
Monday 29
12:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Lung Institute of WA Medical Research Seminar : Imaging of the Lung: What the future holds Website | More Information
Dr Murray works as a cardiothoracic radiologist at Royal Perth and Princess Margaret hospitals and at Envision Medical Imaging. His current research interests include the utility ultra-low dose CT for children with cystic fibrosis (AREST-CF research group) and low dose CT for the secondary (...)

 September 2011
Wednesday 14
11:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Maturase proteins in higher-plants mitochondria group-II introns splicing : Expression of mtDNA in plants is complex, particularly at post-transcriptional level More Information
The expression of the mtDNA in plants is complex, particularly at the post-transcriptional level; RNA processing events which contribute to organellar genome expression include hundreds of RNA-editing events and the splicing of numerous group-II-type introns which lie within many protein-coding (...)
Monday 19
12:00 - EVENT - Lung Institute of WA Medical Research Seminar : The molecular pathology of the innate immune system in treated HIV infection. Website | More Information
Prof French is a physician/scientist who holds the positions of Winthrop Professor of Clinical Immunology in the School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, UWA and Consultant Clinical Immunologist at Royal Perth Hospital and PathWest Laboratory Medicine, Perth.

 October 2011
Wednesday 05
16:00 - EXPO - UWA Postgraduate & Honours Expo 2011 Website | More Information
The Postgraduate and Honours Expo showcases a host of opportunities for further study, including honours and postgraduate coursework and research possibilities.

Discover the courses each faculty has to offer, learn about postgraduate scholarships, attend information sessions and talk to (...)
Thursday 06
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy at UWA – The Bayliss NMR Facility Website | More Information
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy provides insight into molecular structure, interactions and dynamics. It has applications in a wide range of disciplines including chemistry, soil science, botany, biochemistry, exercise physiology, pharmacy, marine archaeology, microbiology, engineering and (...)
Wednesday 19
12:00 - SEMINAR - School of Biomedical, Biomolecular and Chemical Sciences; Chemistry Seminar : Natural Product Inspired Synthetic Organic Methodology: Purpose design and accidental discoveries of new methods (and limitations of older methods) More Information
In the course of undertaking a number of complex molecule total synthesis campaigns (target orientated synthesis) our group was forced by the nature of these projects to push literature methodology to its limits and purpose design new methods. In other examples synthetic methodology was developed (...)
Tuesday 25
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series - The New Empyrean XRD - Application capabilities for UWA : [email protected] has recently installed the latest PANalytical Empyrean X-Ray Diffraction system More Information
[email protected] has recently installed the latest PANalytical Empyrean X-Ray Diffraction system, which is available to all researchers.

This talk will cover the hardware and software modules available with the installed system. Various application capabilities are possible - such as thin (...)
Wednesday 26
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Simple mathematics: unexpected outcomes. Website | More Information
Primarily on continuum mechanics problems that  arise out of  industrial contexts  where the objectives are clear cut,  and the results are usually of limited general interest.

Sometimes, however, the investigations lead to results that are both unexpected and of much broader and even (...)
Monday 31
15:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - What is web science and why is it important? : An overview of the emerging indisciplinary study of the web as a major force in society. More Information
The World Wide Web is the largest and most complex engineered environment that has enormous impacts on human society. Web Science addresses changes and accommodations necessary to maintain a pro-human web with positive societal benefits. This talk will elaborate on the range of research projects (...)

 November 2011
Wednesday 09
12:00 - SYMPOSIUM - “The Conversation” : Andrew Jaspan, Editor of “The Conversation” will talk about his experiences. More Information
Launched in March 2011, The Conversation is an independent source of information, analysis and commentary from the university and research sector.

Speaker Bio: Andrew is a co-founder The Conversation. He previously edited The Age, The Observer (London), The Scotsman and Scotland on (...)
Wednesday 23
8:45 - SYMPOSIUM - WA Synchrotron Symposium - * HEALTH * INDUSTRY * BASIC RESEARCH * : One-day meeting for interested, new and experienced synchrotron users. Website | More Information
What research can be performed at a synchrotron? What are WA scientists achieving at synchrotrons? What opportunities are there for cutting edge research in MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES, and for WA's INDUSTRY?

This one-day symposium, 23rd November at UWA's University Club, is suited for (...)
Thursday 24
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series - Todays Forecast: Be prepared for “An Influx™ of clones!” : T cells are the shock troops of the human immune system – Website | More Information
T cells are the shock troops of the human immune system – they can be ordered to kill what they recognise. Remarkably nearly every T cell is uniquely different to each other due to mutations that occur during the synthesis of their T cell receptor (TCR). It is the highly specific binding of a T (...)

 January 2012
Monday 09
9:00 - FORUM - National Youth Science Forum : A two-week program in Canberra and Perth for students moving into year 12 Website | More Information
The National Youth Science Forum is a two weeks in January program of events for students about to enter Year 12 and who are considering going on to a tertiary education in the sciences. The Forum is run in three sessions: two in Canberra and one in Perth.

Selection of participants for (...)

 February 2012
Wednesday 22
12:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Processing of miRNA precursors More Information
Nina V. Fedoroff received her PhD in Molecular Biology from the Rockefeller University, and has served on the faculties of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, the Johns Hopkins University and the Pennsylvania State University, where she was the Director of the Biotechnology Institute and the (...)
Monday 27
16:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Molecular Basis of the Antifungal Activity of a Plant Defensin : JOINT PRESENTATION: ARC CoE PEB / UWA School of Plant Biology More Information
Professor Anderson's current work is focussed on defence molecules produced by plants for protection against insect pests and pathogens.. More Info Available

 March 2012
Tuesday 13
18:45 - STUDENT EVENT - Bayliss Youth Lecture 2012 : Super toxic chemicals, clan labs and halitosis*. International adventures in chemistry Website | More Information
Join Dr Bob Muir from ChemCentre as he blows apart the myth that chemists spend all their time in the lab wearing white coats and ignoring the outside world.

COST: The Bayliss Youth Lecture is free but bookings are essential and places are limited.

BOOKINGS: To book, visit (...)


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