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The research focus of the CBNS is to understand the bio-nano interface to better predict, control and visualise the myriad interactions that occur between nanomaterials and the biological environment.

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What a fantastic milestone for @opendatafit https://t.co/kvFbYDs26r Thanks @Scopus #science #datafit https://t.co/mcM2T8YpJL
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100 Citations!! Major milestone for @opendatafit with citation no 100 to our https://t.co/TowHPKUrIn website appearing on Scopus! Paper no 100 is Chi, X., et al from the @JLsessler group in @J_A_C_S J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019, 141, 6468-6472. See citations: https://t.co/7lSXWbpM5O https://t.co/D2QDccS32P

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  • June

Symposium

International Symposium – Bioengineered Cancer Models

Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, Adelaide
9:30 am

  • 24
  • June

Conference

10th International Nanomedicine Conference

Pier One Sydney Harbour Hotel, Sydney
9:00 am

  • 15
  • July

Education

Illustrator Workshop – Melbourne and Brisbane – July 2019

Parkville campus, Monash University and St Lucia campus, University of Queensland
10:00 am

  • 10
  • August

Outreach

Extrasensory – National Science Week – 10 August

Victorian Parliament House
6:00 pm

  • 10
  • September

Workshop

Fiji/ImageJ Workshop

Level 2 Seminar Room, Building 57, The University of Queensland, St Lucia
10:00 am

  • 12
  • September

Workshop

3rd CBNS Animal Imaging Workshop

Level 2 Seminar Room, Building 57, The University of Queensland, St Lucia
10:00 am

  • 25
  • October

Symposium

Frontiers in Bio-Nano Science

The Precinct, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, QLD
10:00 am