• EMBL Australia Newsletter - June 2015

    Newsletters / 1 June 2015

    • 3rd annual EMBL Australia PhD Course, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Perth, Western Australia
    • Monash honours student accepted into PhD programme in Italy
    • Being part of EMBL – what is unique about the recruitment process
    • ABACBS Conference 2015, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney NSW
    • Applications Open for Travel Grants for the 17th EMBL (Heidelberg) PhD Symposium
    • EMBL Australia Student Symposium, Bio21 Institute, Melbourne
    • Internships available for MSc or PhD students at Merrimack Pharmaceuticals
    • Jobs with EMBL Australia
    • About EMBL Australia
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - May 2015

    Newsletters / 1 May 2015

    • Nicolas Plachta moves to A*Star in Singapore
    • Welcoming new researchers and collaborators into the EMBL Australia fold
    • Jobs with EMBL Australia
    • 3rd Annual EMBL Australia PhD Course in Perth, Western Australia
    • Completing the Pipeline: From Biology to Bioinformatics and Back Again. A Symposium hosted and developed by PhD’s for PhD’s
    • 17th EMBL PhD Symposium in Heidelberg Germany 22-24 October 2015
    • Leadership in addressing Australia’s growing need for bioinformatics expertise and talent following new EMBL Australia agreement
    • Bio21 Institute hosts the 2015 EMBL Australia Showcase
    • ABACBS
    • About EMBL Australia
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  • Nicholas Plachta moving to A*Star

    News / 23 March 2015

    Nicholas Plachta will join the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) at Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) later this year as Senior Principal Investigator to lead his own research group.
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  • EMBL Australia Annual Report (March 2013-February 2014)

    Annual Reports / 9 March 2015

    2013 has been a year of growth and renewal for EMBL Australia.

    Our biggest achievement this past year has been the establishment of the South Australian node at the new South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI). On behalf of the EMBL Australia Council, I’d like to welcome Ville-Petteri Mäkinen and David Lynn to EMBL Australia, and wish them all the best in their research endeavours.
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - December 2014

    Newsletters / 1 December 2014

    • Australian Bioinformatics Network to merge with new Society
    • Our first PhD Symposium—giving students the upper hand
    • Also in this newsletter:
      • Aussie PhD students meet like minds in Germany
      • “An investment in the future of science and innovation”
    • About EMBL Australia​
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - November 2014

    Newsletters / 1 November 2014

    • Understanding how life begins – Nicolas Plachta awarded fellowships for his research
    • Stopping the immune system’s ‘friendly fire’
    • Also in this newsletter:
      • The data is in on BiC 2014 Bioinformatics Conference
      • Become a member of the new bioinformatics society
      • BioInfoSummer comes to Monash in December
      • PhD students – register now for the first EMBL Australia PhD Symposium
    • Events coming up
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - October 2014

    Newsletters / 1 October 2014

    • Jobs at EMBL Australia
    • Showing Canberra what Australia’s research infrastructure can do
    • Also in this newsletter:
      • Systems biology conference wrap-up
      • Join the new Australian Bioinformatics Society
      • Aussie PhD students head to EMBL for symposium
    • Upcoming events
    • About EMBL Australia
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  • EMBL Australia Newsletter - September 2014

    Newsletters / 1 September 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
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