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Soil Science Australia and the New Zealand Society of Soil Science Joint Conference
In light of COVID restrictions, Soil Science Australia and the New Zealand Society of Soil Science have laid the groundwork for a seamless transition to a hybrid conference experience. This will include physical event/s in Australia and New Zealand, complimented by an online interactive streaming of the sessions, as well as virtual exhibition opportunities. For those that are unable to attend one of the physical locations, attendees will be able to join from the comfort of their home or office. If you intend on registering in person or online, the committee would be grateful if you can please register early to assist with logistics.
Research for Development Impact Conference 2021
Join us in addressing the theme of Pathways through disruption – the future of sustainable development and recovery in the Pacific and Southeast Asia. UQ is co-hosting the Research for Development Impact Conference hosted online for the 1-2 July 2021.
We would like to invite academics, consultants, practitioners and students to be involved in the RDI Conference. Early bird registrations are open!
Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC)
ICOC 2021 is hosted by The University of Queensland (UQ).
The conference theme is “Sustaining Bilateral Research Partnerships: Online Indonesia Council Open Conference”. The focus of ICOC 2021 will be building research collaborations.
Throughout the conference, there will be several partner-up activities, designed to help build meaningful connections between researchers in Australia, Indonesia, and throughout the region.
The ICOC 2021 will be held in a hybrid format: all sessions and events will be held online, with some in-person attendance at the St Lucia campus of The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021
Registration opening soon
The global population is growing, our standard of living is increasing, and we are faced with various environmental challenges. This requires us to transform today’s oil-based economy towards the sustainable use of renewable resources, that is to say, towards the “bioeconomy”.
20th BIG Retreat
This will be a one-and-a-half day symposium style program featuring early- and mid-career level and postgraduate student presentations, plenary lectures, the Jonathan Sprent Oration, an evening poster session and dinner.
The event is intended as a retreat, where immunology researchers (experts and the next generation) can interact and get to know each other.
There are no registration options that do not include accommodation. All attendees stay at the venue overnight, enjoy the full program of presentations and social events, and hopefully leave with new ideas, new contacts and new collaborators in their field.
24th Annual WiT Awards Gala Dinner
Join us at the 24th Annual WiT Awards Gala Dinner to celebrate the achievements and valuable contributions made by amazing women in all fields of technology and the sciences.
Our 14 Award Categories recognise and empower women at all career stages and celebrate their valuable contributions to advancing our State’s knowledge, creating positive change and empowering our community to thrive.
Shine the spotlight on a trailblazing, inspiring woman within any field of science and technology by nominating them for one or more award categories in this year’s Awards.
Entry, drinks on arrival, delicious three-course meal, beverages (beer, wine & soft drink, juices, tea and coffee).
Business of Regenerative Medicine Asia Pacific
CCRM Australia in collaboration with Life Sciences Queensland present a two-day symposium to support and accelerate the translation and commercialisation of regenerative medicine. Join us for an opportunity to network and collaborate.
Mark your diaries now, and save the date as our industry’s leaders come together to drive the sector further. AusBiotech 2021 – Australia’s largest life science conference – unites and engages the Australian and global industry, and will be delivered online live 25-29 October, and on-demand.
Due to the ongoing public health response and pandemic-related border closures nationally and internationally, AusBiotech 2021 will now be delivered through a predominantly virtual format, with some face-to-face components as restrictions allow.
AusBiotech remains committed to connecting current and future sector leaders, and delivering the biggest and best week in biotech.
Medical Research Innovation Conference
This year’s conference will explore the medical research ecosystem and how together we can lead cultural and systems change to better support research translation.
The purpose of many organisations, including charities, relates to delivering better health outcomes for the community. When we ask the general public why they think medical research is important, they will often refer to saving lives, improved health, cures and treatments for diseases. Research translation is critical for taking research out of the lab and delivering on the expectations of communities, grant makers and government.
The intent is clear and consistent. Is our community’s intent currently aligned and being met by the medical research sector, government, employers and funders?
Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium 2021
Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium (QMSS) serves to connect the Queensland mass spectrometry user base, and those interested in this technology across a diverse range of disciplines. The main event is an annual symposium for interdisciplinary scientific exchange and networking, hosted by one of the partners.
QMSS 2021 is planned for 4-5 November 2021 and will be hosted by the Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University. With the symposium wrapping up on a Friday, why not combine it with a weekend on the Gold Coast!? (more…)
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