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Live Cell Imaging Workshop 2008
Celebrating the re-opening of the Monash Micro Imaging

1 - 4 December 2008
Monash Micro Imaging, Melbourne, Australia

You are invited to participate in the annual "Live Cell Imaging Workshop 2008; and the joint celebration for the re-opening of the Monash Mirco Imaging Centre, to be held in Clayton, Victoria from 1 - 4 December 2008.

The Live Cell Imaging Workshop 2008 includes theory and hands on practical experience using optical microscopes with fluorescence, confocal and muliphoton microscopy.

This workshop also incorporates a seminar jointly presented by FABLS and the MMI, featuring Prof. Daniel Axelrod, on 1 December 2008.

For further details please visit the LCI 08 website at:

Australian Institute of Physics
18th National Congress
Incorporating the 27th AINSE Plasma Science Conference

30 November - 5 December 2008
The University of Adelaide, South Australia

You are invited to participate in the 18th Biennial Congress of the Australian Institute of Physics.
The Congress will be held from 30 November to 5 December 2008 at the University of Adelaide, close to the central business district of the City of Adelaide.

The Congress will bring together physicists from around Australia and internationally. Plenary and keynote lectures by world-leading researchers, both national and international, will ensure a vibrant and exciting program. The five-day scientific program will also include parallel presentations, poster sessions and a trade exhibition.

For further details please visit the AIP website at:

EMU Jubilee Commemorative Symposium

3 - 5 December 2008

Electron Microscope Unit, University of Sydney

The Electron Microscope Unit is celebrating 50 years of research, service and training in the field of microscopy and microanalysis. To celebrate this occasion, we would like to invite you to a 3-day symposium that will include the official Golden Jubilee Luncheon in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney on 4 December 2008.

We look forward to welcoming you to collaborate with like-minded colleagues, learn from international and Australian experts in the field and engage with the microscopists of the future.

An exciting program of innovative presentations, both oral and in poster form, will cover a wide range of microscopy and microanalysis fields.

We would like to invite you to be a part of this important event. Poster contributions are welcome from all participants. Please note all oral presentations are invited and we are not requesting oral contributions.

The following types of participants are encouraged to attend:
* Researchers and microscopists
* Technical, academic and business staff from microscopy service providers
* Students
* Managers
* IP practitioners
* Education and training personnel

Important Deadlines: * Abstract submission deadline: 8 November (please see Instructions for Authors) * Registration: closes 8 November

For more information please see http://www.emu.usyd.edu.au/golden_jubilee/commemorative_symposium/index.shtml

Fluoro 2009 Workshop

Sunday 19th - Friday 24th of April 2009

The University of New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia
Use of optical spectroscopic techniques in biological and biomedical research

The workshop will aim to provide training and practical experience in a range of optical spectroscopic and microscopic techniques used in the biological and biomedical sciences.
The workshop plans to provide scholarships to suitable students and young post doctoral fellows.

Contacts for further information: Dr Joelle Coumans-Moens
Email: jmoensco@une.edu.au
Website: http://www.une.edu.au/fluoro/2009/

Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia presents

Molecular Modelling 2009

26 - 29 July 2009
Mantra Legends Hotel, Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise),
Queensland, Australia

You are invited to join us at the forthcoming Molecular Modelling (MM2009) meeting, which will be held at the Mantra Legends Hotel, Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise), Queensland, Australia from the 26th to 29th July, 2009.

The meeting will focus on the latest developments in molecular modelling in both the life sciences and materials sciences, particularly in the areas of Methodology Development; Drug Design; Materials & Nanotechnology; Dynamics & Chemical Reactivity; Self Assembly & Biomolecular Simulations; and Sustainable Energy & Environment.

MM2009 is held under the auspices of the Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia (AMMA), the Asia/Pacific Chapter of the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society (MGMS). Part of the charter of this organization is to present a series of national meetings, held annually, to serve the modelling community within the Australasia region.

For more information, please see: http://web.aibn.uq.edu.au/mm2009/