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University of Sydney Jun 16
Congratulations to Professor Tony Weiss who has been recognised with the prestigious Clunies Ross Award. He is the Sydney scientist responsible for the development of this potentially life-saving called MeTro.
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Joel Mackay Jun 9
Wanting to model the position that my AF555 will take up when attached to linker DNA on a nucleosome, I found a great tool () for knocking up a chemical structure, minimzing it, and then saving a coordinate file to open in pymol:
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Kathy Belov Jun 9
Very surprised, excited and honoured to become an officer of the order of Australia. A big shout out to my students, postdocs, colleagues and collaborators past and present. There are too many of you to list... I share this recognition with you. Thank you!
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Alyson Ashe May 30
Congratulations to my amazingly talented PhD student Rachel Woodhouse who's just been awarded the Usyd Faculty of Science postgraduate research prize for outstanding academic achievement!
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The Australia-Indonesia Centre Jun 2
AIC research 🌽👩🏽‍⚕️ "The extra support will allow ... monthly village visits from researchers, who will check in on volunteers, village leaders and others."
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Nick Coleman Jun 3
Hey bacterial gene jockeys ! Do you know about this ribosome binding site calculator? ... free to academic labs. It is eye-opening how much more is going on than just the core site AAGGAGG... thanks heaps - what an awesome tool !
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Marcus Strom Jun 5
New research from Dr Valentina Mella shows how drinking stations can help save the threatened koala as the climate heats up. Report by
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marc west Jun 5
New Pod - the box jellyfish antidote with from - heaps of fun chatting, really interesting work - jellyfish, genetics, CRISPR, pain, drugs
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Sydney Science Jun 5
💦 Koalas do not get all of their hydration from eating leaves! New shows drinking stations can reduce the impact is having on the iconic Australian species:
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University of Sydney Jun 6
University of Sydney researchers have found climate change is driving koalas to drink. Find out how Dr Valentina Mella is using drinking stations to help thirsty koalas.
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JJuliuson Jun 7
What do we mean when we plan for scale? sites name strategies for depth, spread, shift, and sustainability.
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University of Sydney Jun 3
Sydney researchers are at the forefront of the global fight against wheat rust. By combining pathology, genetics and breeding techniques, they're creating new weapons in humanity’s fight for food security.
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Australian Academy of Science May 28
Professor Maria Byrne FAA of is globally recognised for key discoveries in on how animal body plans and enriching our understanding of Australia's .
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Sydney Science May 27
Join us for the Australian Biology of Ageing Conference. 26 - 28 August 2019. Register now:
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Nick Coleman May 28
so we just ordered this Gblock DNA fragment which had to contain a ~150 bp junk 'spacer region' in it. hilarious comedy from my research assistant ensued. it took me a while to see what he had done. 😂 too late... its ordered now.
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Marcus Strom May 27
The Australian has elected three new Fellows from to join its ranks. Congratulations Prof Maria Byrne from ; Prof Alex Molev from Mathematics; and Prof Catherine Stampfl from
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William Salter May 24
Last super early morning in the lab for a while... hopefully! Going to miss these sunrise views from my office window though.
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Sydney Science May 27
Congratulations to our three scientists who join the ranks of 543 Fellows of the ! Professor Maria Byrne, Professor Alexander Molev and Professor Catherine Stampfl were elected:
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Richard Harwood May 22
Plant science in action! Eucalyptus leaves reconstructed from volume microscopy. The 3D anatomical data will help us in understanding how the size, shape and position of cells and airspaces influence leaf function 🌿🔬
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Jaime Gongora May 26
Please join us for Reconciliation Week at the University of Sydney. A great set of events has been lined up, starting today, check the following link:
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