• EMBL Australia Newsletter – June 2021

    Newsletters / 14 November 2021

    News this quarter:

    • Lights out for Parkinson’s disease
    • Major Cancer Council grant for Dr Weatheritt
    • Discovery may help boost peptide design
    • Professor David Lynn talks everything COVID vaccines
    • 2021 EMBL Australia PhD Course applications
    • 2021 EMBL Australia Postgraduate Symposium registrations now open
    • 2020 Highlights report now available

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Student opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - March 2021

    Newsletters / 17 March 2021

    News this quarter:

    • A tribute to Scientia Professor Katharina Gaus FAHMS
    • Reversing severe muscle wasting in disease, ageing & trauma
    • Hint as to how SARS-CoV-2 might subvert immune defences
    • Enabling the early and accurate diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease
    • More than $4.8m awarded to EMBL Australia researchers in NHMRC Ideas Grants
    • This protein empowers cancer cells – targeting it could kickstart new therapies
    • Professor Ian Smith to chair the EMBL Australia Council
    • Innovative research takes us one step closer to developing an effective malaria vaccine
    • Did you know you can access EMBL’s cutting-edge scientific services?
    • Get to know: Dr Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan

     

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - December 2020

    Newsletters / 7 December 2020

    News this quarter:

    • Chen Davidovich awarded coveted Viertel Fellowship
    • Creating a new, integrated microscopy & proteomics asset
    • Two group leaders receive ARC Discovery Project grants
    • Cancer-killing T cells ‘swarm’ to tumours, attract others to fight
    • Welcome to our newest group leader, Dr Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan
    • Virtual EAPS an actual success
    • Visualising the Australian coronavirus genome

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Student opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - September 2020

    Newsletters / 18 September 2020

    News this quarter:

    • Perspectives on COVID-19 from the European experience
    • Keratins determine cell fate in early mammalian development
    • Two group leaders awarded ARC Future Fellowships
    • #2020EAPS: Register for our online postgraduate symposium
    • Group leader spearheads novel method of enhancing regenerative activity
    • Using stem cells to treat muscle injury and wasting disorders
    • Get to Know: Associate Professor Max Cryle

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Student opportunities & upcoming events
    • Recent publications
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - June 2020

    Newsletters / 16 June 2020

    News this quarter:

    • Our group leaders join the global battle against COVID-19
    • Leap forward in the generation of new antibiotics
    • New genomics centre to open under David Lynn’s leadership
    • Prof Peter Currie elected as Fellow of the Science Academy
    • Gene research could lead to cancer breakthrough
    • Annual student symposium EAPS to go virtual in 2020
    • Emerging leader wins grant for basic research on enzymes
    • Get to Know: Professor David Lynn

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Student opportunities
    • Recent publications
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - March 2020

    Newsletters / 11 March 2020

    News this quarter:

    • Fish school by randomly copying each other, not the group
    • Travel grants: a ticket to Europe, news ideas, networks & more
    • Major cell network mapping reveals rewiring in colorectal cancer
    • Grant to investigate the function of circular RNAs in the brain
    • 3D-printed microscope makes sensitive disease diagnosis more accessible
    • Applications closing for annual EMBL Australia PhD Course

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
    • Student opportunities
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - December 2019

    Newsletters / 12 December 2019

    News this quarter:

    • Six group leaders awarded NHMRC Ideas Grants
    • ARC Grant for novel study of brain function using plant receptors
    • Group leader position at UNSW
    • High hopes for futuristic tissue-healing method
    • Science by the sea: EMBL Partnership Conference
    • Max Cryle to lead Victorian node of new $35 million ARC research centre
    • EAPS 2019: Student-run symposium continues to shine
    • Profile: Dr Senthil Arumugam, EMBL Australia group leader

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
    • Student opportunities
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  • EMBL Australia PLN Newsletter September 2019

    Newsletters / 10 September 2019

    News this quarter:

    • Study shines light on mysteries of ‘unusual’ antibiotic
    • Grant success for Group Leader Mikaël Martino
    • 6th EMBL Australia PhD Course
    • Funding Science, Funding Futures:  European Approaches
    • EMBL in Australia 2019
    • Short-term travel grants – apply now!
    • 2019 EMBL Australia Postgraduate Symposium (EAPS)

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
    • Student opportunities
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  • EMBL Australia PLN Newsletter May 2019

    Newsletters / 2 May 2019

    News this quarter:

    • Scientists reveal key mechanism of enzyme complex
    • Accelerate your career with an EMBL Australia scholarship
    • Short-term travel grants to EMBL- apply now!
    • Get to know Eduardo Eyras

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
    • Student opportunities
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - February 2019

    Newsletters / 11 February 2019

    News this quarter:

    • Peptide papers point to new ways of tackling bacteria
    • NHMRC & ARC grant results
    • Homeward Bound: the network of women changing the world
    • The 5th annual EAPS update
    • Supporting the application and development of optogenetics in academia and industry

    And more:

    • Job opportunities
    • Upcoming events
    • Recent publications
    • Student opportunities
    • Get to know Dr Barry Thompson
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