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ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics. The power of light to measure!
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Patrick Capon May 23
Sneak peek of tomorrow’s Magic and Wonder of Science presentation at at 1 pm. Hosted by with help from Phenol red in basic water changes from pink to yellow as dry ice is added
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Georgina Sylvia May 24
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CNBP May 23
Free kids event in Adelaide: CNBP researcher Dr Georgina will be presenting The Magic and Wonder of Science for 7-14 year olds
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Kathy Nicholson May 23
Wonderful to have Mitch Piercey from introduce members to the STA at our weekly seminar series.
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Kathy Nicholson May 23
An update on from at the seminar series today
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Centre of Biophotonics St Andrews May 23
We start the second day at with Andrew Abell explaining the advantages of using light activated molecular switches in chemical biology.
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Ewa Goldys May 22
Delighted to contribute to the at our School with a talk about reimagining a pool noodle. Great teamwork transformed the pool noodle into a V for victory over @UNSWHealthEng
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Ewa Goldys May 22
Today our CNBP@UNSW team is training to use a new system from MSD. Happy biomolecular analysis!
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CNBP May 22
CNBP AI explains the benefits of his outreach involvement and it's much more than you'd expect!
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Kathy Nicholson May 22
Another fantastic discussion about non- academic science careers. Thanks to our expert speakers!
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Kathy Nicholson May 20
I am looking forward to chairing an career development panel discussion about non-Academic Sciene careers tomorrow - here's an intro to the topic
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SA Sports Med Assoc May 20
Can't make it to Adelaide for the 2019 SASMA Conf? Webcast regos are available so you can hear from presenters like: - Research Fellow - Director Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics View the full program:
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Sanam Mustafa May 20
Very lucky to be supported by family friendly policies! Have benefited from taking my daughter and carer with me. Check out some tips and advice:
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CNBP May 19
A new paper! Lead author is Megan Lim . : potential roles in the oocyte and early embryo.
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CNBP May 16
Latest paper (lead author Fei Deng ). Molecularly imprinted polymer-based reusable biosensing device on stainless steel for spatially localized detection of cytokine IL-1β.
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Prof Mark Hutchinson May 15
Have an awesome international day of light from the teams at - those pesky photons can do so much!
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Emma Rankin Wilson May 15
Happy international day of light! These are some of the wavelengths I use to study nano💎
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Brant Gibson May 15
Happy International Day of Light 16 May everyone! Looking forward to seeing how will be used in the labs today!
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CNBP May 15
Today we celebrate the role that light plays in the lives of all us! Yes - it's ! At we use light to understand the complex molecular processes that underpin the living body. You can check out our research here!
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Guozhen Liu May 14
We are at NSW Smart Sensing Networking towards for better health. is chairing the MedTech section. We are discussing strategies to work as a team to drive science out of lab to end-users.
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