Everyday quantum mechanics and the study of cell membranes

A precious cargo arrived from Bruker at Bio21 Institute in wooden-sealed boxes on the 7 February 2015.

How Bio21 researchers helped Elizabeth Blackburn VCE students do some real science

Period 1 – Maths; Period 2 – Chemistry; Period 3 - Cure Ebola; Period 4 - English. It’s not a typical class schedule. But then, the Elizabeth Blackburn School of Science (EBSS) is not a typical high school.

Bio21 Advanced Microscopy Facility to house one of the most modern 3D scanning electron microscopes

From cell to tissue biopsies and soft materials, cell biologists, engineers and physicists, will soon be able to obtain high resolution, three dimensional images from large sample volumes at the Bio21’s Advanced Microscopy facility.

Bio21 Researchers' ARC Linkage Success

ARC Linkage

The ARC Linkage Project funding outcomes were announced 7 July 2015.

Philip Batterham honoured for a lifetime of genetics research

Professor Philip Batterham, Faculty of Science, has been awarded the 2015 MJD White Medal from the Genetics Society of AustralAsia.

Bio21 Ten Years Celebrations

Monday, 22 June, 2015 (All day)

The Bio21 Institute turns a decade old in 2015! We'd love you to celebrate with us, so stay tuned to our website to find out more about events, opportunities and news taking place throughout the year.

Bio21 researcher makes advances towards an antibody treatment for Alzheimer’s

Renowned scientist and Bio21 Institute researcher Professor Michael Parker was recently published in Scientific Reports for his research into antibody treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease.

iSRAP: An integrated small RNA analysis pipeline for neurodegenerative diseases

Friday, 26 June, 2015 - 13:00 to 14:00

PhD Oration by Camelia Quek, University of Melbourne, Hill Lab - Bio21 Auditorium.


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