Who: Henning Stumpf Where: 121.1.002 Senate When: Friday 7th December 2018, 3pm. In embryogenesis, vertebrate cells assemble into organized tissues. In metastatic cancer, cells spreading in the circulatory system build cell-cell contacts with the surrounding tissue to establish new tumours. At the root of these life-forming or life-threatening biological phenomena is cell adhesion, the binding … More Seminar: Feeling your way around: The effect of the membrane on protein organization in cell adhesion
Visiting scientist Dr Mathias Boström, from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway will give a seminar in Snot to Tissue. Where: Senate Conference Room 121.1.002 When: at 3:30 pm this Tuesday 20 Nov 2018. To present how the theories for Lifshitz and double layer interactions can contribute to a better understanding of … More Seminar: A habitat for life and other stories related to ice and water
Join your fellow physicists Tuesday 13th of March at 6pm for the fun, interesting talks, food, drinks and conversation that make up your AIP General Meeting. Where: 5th floor, UWA Physics building tea-room. Please RSVP to Andrea (email@example.com) so he how many to cater for. Prof. Dr. Ana-Suncana Smith (http://puls.physik.fau.de/) will be our guest speaker … More WA AIP meeting and seminar
Fast approaching is this years AGM dinner, Thursday November 16th. Places are limited so please book your place now ! Join in the AGM Dinner event of the year & celebrate with your friends, colleagues and students. We need you to book your places ASAP by clicking here as the closing date is fast approaching. … More WA AIP dinner
Bruce giving the invited presentation at the Awards Night at Corpus Crisiti. This was the end of 15 weeks of projects by advanced students at a local High School. Murdoch students provided mentoring on some of the student projects. From Electrical Engineering, thanks to Brice Gower for being a great Student Mentor.
When: Thu 24 Aug 2017 3:30pm (Murdoch University, Senate Room 121.1.002) Dude, where’s my oxygen? – A computational study of factors that predispose the kidney to hypoxia Dr Chang-Joon Lee Link
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Murdoch researcher Supriya Rattan and the Nanotechnology Research group have found that crushed macadamia shells can be used to treat people who have overdosed on excess paracetamol – the most common pain relief medication sold over the counter. Macadamias could be life savers
Murdoch Media: curiosity-the-key-for-next-generation-scientists 350 High school students attended Murdoch Campus yesterday for a range of physics related fun, from hearing about dark matter and searching for meteorites, to paticipating in a physics game show (with an intrusion by the chemists). Fun was had by all.
On Monday 10th July award winning Professor Sabetta Matsumoto, who is currently building her soft matter research group at the Georgia Tech University in Atlanta, will be giving a public lecture at Murdoch on her research. If you would like to attend, please register here. Have seen Sabetta talk previously, I know how fantastic it … More Seminar: Space, Geometry, 4D printing, 3D printed jewellery and symmetry principles for knitted designs and fashion.