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  • Professor Stephen Kent Group

    HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, remains a global epidemic with millions of people infected worldwide. An estimated 27,000 people in Australia and 1.9 million in India are living with the disease.

  • CBNS researcher in the lab

    About this meeting

    The next Synthesis of Molecular Imaging Nanoparticles (SMIN) meeting will be held at our University of New South Wales (UNSW) node in Sydney!

    After two great meetings at the University of Queensland and the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, (MIPS), we will now be welcomed at UNSW for the third SMIN meeting, where we will discuss the synthesis and characterisation of imaging nanoparticles. As usual, the emphasis will mainly be on specific problems encountered during the synthesis. 

  • CBNS researchers working in the lab

    Have you ever been confused by IP? Do you feel unsure about patents and trademarks and how they apply to your research? Would you like to know what content can be used or reused in a paper or presentation; without breaching copyright? Have you ever considered taking your research skills into the commercial world? 

  • Professor Tom Davis, CBNS Director

    Professor Thomas Davis, CBNS Chief Investigator and Director has been elected as a Fellow of The Australian National Academy of Science. Tom was one of 21 distinguished scientists announced today as new Fellows.