Big Picture Seminar: 'Drug Discovery for Neglected Diseases’ - 7 April 2017

Friday, 7 April, 2017 - 01:00

Come along to hear Professor Ian Gilbert, University of Dundee, speak at the Big Picture Seminar, Friday, 7 April 1 pm.

Biophysics Week at Bio21

Speakers Sarah Atkinson, Monash University, Tatiana Soares da Costa, La Trobe University, Charlotte Conn, RMIT and Bio21’s Sarah Overall presented at the Biophysics Symposium at Bio21, 7 March 2017.

Media Release: Tim Winton named as patron of the ‘Native Australian Animals Trust’ at the University of Melbourne

Author Tim Winton (pictured with Roger Swainston's painting of Winton's grunter) and Dean of Science Prof Karen Day and Biosciences PhD students James Shelley and Matt LeFeuvre

Professor Frances Separovic recognised as IUPAC Distinguished Woman in Chemistry

On International Women's Day, Bio21's Professor Frances Separovic is one of 12 women globally to have been honoured with the IUPAC Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering award.

Collective intelligence needed to solve malaria

Collective intelligence needed to solve malaria. Hear Leann Tilley explain

Howard Russell: From Scientist to Entrepreneur

Howard Russell was honoured with the inaugural Grimwade Medal for Biochemistry, 17 November 2016.

Teaming up to fight Motor Neurone disease

Ten years of work by researchers from the University of Melbourne's, Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, a human trial for a drug that could fight Motor Neurone Disease has begun.

Andrew Holmes honoured as a Companion of the Order of Australia

Bio21's Professor Andrew Holmes has been recognised with Australia’s highest honour, Companion in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the 2017 Australia Day Honours list.

Single-Particle Cryo-EM: A Rising Star in Structural Biology - 10.30am, 3 February

Friday, 3 February, 2017 - 10:30 to 11:30

Hear Doreen Matthies, NIH, speak on the applications of single-particle Cryo-EM at the Bio21 Institute's Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Seminar.

Bacteria deployed to destroy mosquito-borne dengue can’t take the heat

Perran Ross, a PhD student at the University of Melbourne, subjected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes to temperatures from 26 degrees to 37 degrees under controlled laboratory conditions to see how well the bacterium survives.


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