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 February 2011
Friday 11
10:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE REMARKABLE DIVERSITY OF PLANT PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE CARBOXYLASE (PEPC) : Speaker is from Queen's Uni, Canada (Biology & Biochem) More Information
PLEASE NOTE WELL: THIS SEMINAR REPLACES THE ONE SCHEDULED FOR 10TH FEB BY SAME SPEAKER: New Abstract is available from [email protected]
Tuesday 15
11:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Cryo-SEM : A cool technique for imaging hydrated and beam sensitive specimens in their natural state Website | More Information
Following a successful 2011 ARC LEIF bid, CMCA will acquire cryo-SEM capabilities this coming year, to provide improved imaging capabililties for hydrated and beam sensitive samples. Marilyn Carey from Gatan UK will present information on cryo-SEM techniques for those wanting to know more about (...)

 March 2011
Tuesday 01
13:00 - SEMINAR - Cellular Maturation: Signals for Endothelial Fenestration : School of Anatomy & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar - Endothelial cells differentiate in the embryo from mesodermal cell population. Additional signals from the microenvironment are necessary to mature the endotheium into the local differentiation status, i.e. the formation of the blood-braiun barrier, sinus formation in the spleen or (...)
Tuesday 08
11:00 - SEMINAR - Soil&Water Seminar, 11am Tues8th March: : “The effect of tree belowground C allocation on the seasonal course of microbial N cycling in an European beech forest soil” More Information
All welcome!

“The effect of tree belowground C allocation on the seasonal course of microbial N cycling in an European beech forest soil”

ABSTRACT: Soil microbes in temperate forest ecosystems are able to cycle several hundreds of kg of nitrogen (N) ha-1 yr-1 and are (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Mechanisms of T cell extravasation into the CNS : School of Anatomy & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: The seminar will deal with the mechanisms used by T lymphocytes to penetrated CNS postcapillary vessels, studied using a murine model of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE). The focus of the talk will be the interplay between cytokines (TNF-, IFN- (...)
Thursday 10
11:00 - TALK - UWA Careers Centre - Bain & Company Case Study Workshop : Bain & Company will be on campus to present an interactive case study workshop! Website | More Information
Case interviews are a crucial component of Bain's interview process. All successful applicants for consulting positions are invited to review any of our three online practice cases, which provide an opportunity for you to work through an example of the kinds of business problems we address every (...)

13:00 - TALK - UWA Careers Centre - Credit-Suisse Recruitment Talk : Are you interested in working for Credit Suisse in full time and summer intern analyst roles? These roles are for students from ALL DISCIPLINES. Website | More Information
Credit Suisse offers intellectual challenges, exceptional rewards and global development potential for people who want to make a difference in the world. It's not about filling jobs. We are looking for people with the energy, ambition and passion to help Credit Suisse become the world's premier (...)
Friday 11
9:00 - SEMINAR - A human neural stem cell model for the study of childhood medulloblastoma pathogenesis More Information
Monday 14
9:00 - EXPO - Neuro Expo 2011 : for Brain Awareness Week Website | More Information
The Australian Neuromuscular Research Institute, The Neurological Council of WA and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital as part of, BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK Present

NEURO EXPO 2011

E Block Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital March 14th – (...)
Friday 18
13:00 - CANCELLED - VISITING SPEAKER - **CANCELLED** Molecular evolution of fertility restorer genes reveal a conflict between nucleus and mitochondria throughout angiosperm evolution : ABSTRACT AVAILABLE More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.

Due to unforseen circumstances this event has been cancelled. Our apologies.

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Friday 25
9:00 - SEMINAR - Co-evolution of HLA and viruses More Information

 April 2011
Tuesday 05
15:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Building evolutionary bridges: female sperm storage organ and male accessory gland genes in Drosophila melanogaster : Hosted by: CIBER (Collaborative Initiative for Bee Research) More Information
ABSTRACT AVAILABLE ON REQUEST TO [email protected]

19:00 - LECTURE - Chemistry Matters : 2011 Bayliss Youth Lecture More Information
In this 40th anniversary of the first Bayliss Youth Lecture, Professor Allan McKinley, from the University of Western Australia, and Dr Jeff Davis, an Industrial chemist, will discuss some of the major ways chemistry has improved our lifestyle and standard of living. These chemical advances will be (...)
Wednesday 06
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Getting Healthy Eating and Active Play Right from the Start : Public Lecture by Dr Karen Campbell More Information
Karen Campbell is a Senior Researcher in the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research (C-PAN) at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. With a background in dietetics and health promotion, Dr Campbell undertook her Masters in Public Health and then a PhD which focused on home (...)
Thursday 07
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series: X-ray micro-tomography - instrumentation and applications Website | More Information
Imagine dissecting a small fragile flower that is only 5mm in diameter and peeling it away in layers to reveal its internal structure for detailed study. Now imagine doing that same detailed dissection with flawless precision, but never touching the flower! Associate Professor Allan S. Jones from (...)
Tuesday 12
13:00 - SEMINAR - Delving into the mammalian cell nucleus: how sub-nuclear bodies influence the flow of information from DNA to RNA to proteins : School of Anatomy & Human Biology Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: The human cell nucleus is a structure with a high degree of internal organisation. ‘Paraspeckles’ are sub-nuclear bodies that are thought to be involved in a novel mechanism for controlling gene expression at the post-transcriptional stage. I will present recent work in collaboration (...)
Wednesday 13
16:30 - SEMINAR - Physiology Honours Proposal Seminars : Including Master of Science and Technology Research Proposal Seminar More Information
Physiology Honours Proposal Seminars

4:45-5:00 pm Evanaa Assan

The effects of N-Acetylcysteine on contractile function and protein thiol oxidation in skeletal muscles from dystrophic, mdx mice Supervisors: Gavin Pinniger, Peter Arthur, Tony Bakker



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Friday 15
14:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Taming plastids for biotechnology : Speaker is Director, Max Planck Inst Molec Plant Physiol Germany More Information
Plant genetic engineering will likely contribute to the required continued increase in agricultural productivity during the coming decades. FULL ABSTRACT AVAILABLE [email protected]

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - To Cre or not to Cre? > A SymbioticA Friday Seminar : Speaker: Dr Rob James Website | More Information
To Cre or not to Cre? > A SymbioticA Friday Seminar Date: 15th April; Speaker: Dr Rob James; Time & Location: 3:30 - 5:00pm @ SymbioticA

Molecular solutions to ethical obstacles precluding human enhancement through genetic engineering.

Emerging biotechnologies promise (...)
Monday 18
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Seminar, Prof Winslow Briggs More Information
There will be a special Plant Biology seminar this Monday 18th April at 4pm in the BAYLISS Building Lecture Theatre (G33). Emeritus Professor Winslow Briggs, from Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, will present his extensive research into "Phototropin LOV domains - serving many (...)


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