How cells beat the ‘fried-egg syndrome’

Prof Danny Hatters’ research published online in PNAS 22 January 2020 shows that cells seem to be much more resilient against stress factors in their environment than first thought and have robust mechanisms to prevent abnormal protein aggregation.

Australian Synchrotron Roadshow stops @Bio21Institute - 1.30 - 5pm, Tuesday, 29 October

Tuesday, 29 October, 2019 - 13:30 to 17:00

The University and the Australian Synchrotron are coordinating a Roadshow event to showcase the capabilities of the Synchrotron beamlines.

Bio21 researchers receive NHMRC Research Fellowships

Congratulations to Danny Hatters, Malcolm McConville and Jose Villadangos on being the recipients of National Health and Medical Research Council research fellowships.

Media Release: Discovery-driven research leads to breakthrough in understanding rare Sengers syndrome

Bio21 Researcher, Dr Diana Stojanovski, has unlocked important information that could lead to improved treatment of a rare and serious genetic condition, Senger's Syndrome.

ARC LIEF grant success: Bio21 Institute funded for cryo-EM and single crystal X-ray diffractometer

Establishment of a collaborative network, led by the University of Melbourne’s Bio21 Institute and Monash University to develop world leading capability in cryo-electron microscopy and protein structural biology

Rudi Lemberg Lecture - The History of the Nobel Prize

Friday, 9 September, 2016 - 13:30

Hear Professor Larry Berliner, Australian Academy of Science's 'Rudi Lemberg' Travelling Fellow, talk on the history of the Nobel Prizes, 1:30 pm, 9 September in the Bio21 auditorium

A department that collaborates together, stays together

Professor Paul Gleeson was Head of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from 2006 to 1 June, 2016.

PhD Oration by Alan Ching, 'On the MARCH: the search for novel ubiquitin-regulation immuno-receptors'

Friday, 6 November, 2015 - 13:00 to 14:00

Alan Ching is a student from the Villadangos/Mintern Laboratory at the Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne.

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