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  • As part of their Centenary celebration, CSL has announced a $25 million Centenary Fellowship program.

    The Fellowship selection committee will be chaired by eminent molecular biologist, Professor Ashley Dunn.

    Two five-year fellowships will be awarded each calendar year, for ten years. The total value of each award will be $1.25 million, paid in annual instalments of $250,000 to the employing institute.

    Applications for the first two CSL Centenary Fellowships (to commence 1 January 2017) will open on 1 June 2016. 

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    The CBNS has organised a workshop on advanced imaging techniques for nanomedicine, at the Biomedical Imaging Facility (BMIF), in the Lowy Cancer Research Centre at UNSW. The BMIF has a wide range of instruments for core and advanced light and optical microscopy, and the associated technical expertise.

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    This one-day meeting (10am-7pm) aims to bring together researchers with clinical/medical associations and clinicians to present their latest work in the design and application of imaging probes and the visual arts for medicine. Through seminars and visual presentations, we aim to create a forum for discussion and inspiration, which will ultimately lead to important collaborative networks between leading UK and International academics and clinicians, forging new links towards innovative healthcare solutions.

    Confirmed speakers include: