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Workshop

Animal imaging workshop 2017

Centre for Advanced Imaging, University of Queensland, Building 57, University Dr, St Lucia, QLD 4072
10:00 am

  • 29
  • September

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Biomedical applications of engineered antibodies and protein workshop

University of Queensland, Advanced Engineering, Building 49 Room 301
9:00 am

  • 6
  • October

Seminar

CBNS Node meeting

Cossar Hall, Monash Institute Pharmaceutical Science
12:00 pm

  • 24
  • October

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CBNS Outreach training workshop

The University of Queensland, Law Department (Forgan Smith Building)
10:00 am

  • 17
  • November

Workshop

Cell imaging workshop for nanomedicine

Biomedical Imaging Facility, Lowy Cancer Research Centre UNSW Australia
9:30 am