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    The final Education & Training Committee workshop for 2016 will be on Leadership in Collaborative Research. The workshop will be held in Adelaide on the day before the Annual Research Workshop, 10am-4pm Tuesday 6 December.

    The all-day workshop is for CBNS postdoctoral researchers and PhD students who are looking to increase their leadership skills, particular within collaborative research activities. It has been developed by Dr Zach Houston (Education Committee member at UQ) with Hugh Kearns from ThinkWell.

  • UNSW node leader Prof Justin Gooding, and collaborators have discovered that nanoparticles shaped like rods and worms are the best shape for drug delivery to the centre of a cell. This new study published in Nature Nanotechnology could lead to better design of drug delivery in the nanoscale.

  • This free all-day workshop will focus on the latest developments in antibody engineering across a variety of applications that include diagnostic/bioanalytical reagents and associated medical devices, imaging/theranostics, biologic medicines and targeted nanomedicines.

  • On 14 October, CBNS PhD student Dr David Chang from the UNSW node, received a Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) prize at the 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of the College. The College awards research prizes and grants to members and students to foster a culture of research and support research projects.


    2016 CBNS Annual Research Workshop

    The 2016 CBNS Research Workshop for CBNS staff and students will be held from 12.30pm Wednesday 7 December to 1.30pm Friday 9 December at the Novotel, Barossa Valley.

    The aims of the workshop are to: