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EMBL Australia Newsletter - September 2014

Newsletters / 31 August 2014
  • Systems biology innovator and a pioneer join conference in Melbourne 
  • Wanted: EMBL Australia Group Leaders in Single Molecule Science @ UNSW 
  • More EMBL Australia Group Leaders on the way
  • In other news:
    • SBI Australia’s model networks
    • Need a Genome? We’ve got 80: UCSC Genome Browser Roadshow is back
    • Unlocking clinical research roadmaps using a systems approach 
    • MAXIMA brings maths to summer
  • Events coming up

EMBL Australia Newsletter - August 2014

Newsletters / 31 July 2014
  • A new research centre to transform medicine
  • Can BRAEMBL help handle your data?
  • In other news:
    • Discovery of stem cell 'buddy system' brings us closer to a cure for blood disorders
    • Happy 40th Birthday to EMBL
    • Watch Winter School talks online
    • Giving bioinformatics the Senate floor
    • ABiC 2014 call for abstracts, awards and travel bursaries for students
  • Upcoming events

EMBL Australia Newsletter - April 2014

Newsletters / 31 March 2014
  • Research head-start: the 2nd EMBL Australia PhD Course comes to ANU
  • Right time, right place – when punctuality is a matter of life or death
  • In other news:
    • Want to work with EMBL Australia in Adelaide?
    • AMSI Intern is searching for an up and coming bioinformatician
    • Who runs the world? Microbes!
    • EMBO workshops come to Australia
  • Events and deadlines

EMBL Australia Newsletter - March 2014

Newsletters / 28 February 2014
  • Introducing our new South Australian group leaders
  • Systems biology is tackling the big questions in Melbourne - ICSB 2014
  • In other news:
    • Travel to Europe with an EMBL Australia travel grant
    • How resilient is our Great Barrier Reef to climate change?
    • Got an idea to bring bioinformaticians together? Make it happen with a Connection Grant
  • Events and deadlines
  • About EMBL Australia


  • Travel to Europe or Canberra – launching our 2014 student program
  • Measuring wellness – a tipping point for systems biology
  • In other news
    • Learning is as important as discovery
    • Could you be eligible for a science prize in 2014?
    • Science with scenery – Lorne becomes Australia’s science hub in February
  • Upcoming events
  • About EMBL Australia

EMBL Australia Newsletter - December 2013

Newsletters / 30 November 2013
  • Your first hug: How the early embryo changes shape – published in Nature Cell Biology
  • Competitive advantage for Aussies at the EMBL PhD Symposium in Germany
  • In other news
    • Prime Minister Abbott attends SAHMRI grand opening
    • Where there's science, there's maths – BioInfoSummer 2013 review
    • Corals and koalas – sharing uniquely Australian genomic data through BRAEMBL
    • Embryos, genetics, and heart disease all receive NHMRC funding at EMBL Australia
  • Upcoming events
  • About EMBL Australia