Having purpose-designed multiphase structure, properties and applications, composites over the past decades have been increasingly more researched and utilized in various industrial sectors especially aerospace and automotive. Significant research interests have been focused on using nanomaterials – including but not limited to silicate layers, carbon nanotubes and recently graphene sheets – for polymers/metals/ceramics to create nanocomposites with desired mechanical robustness and/or specific functionalities. What will be the next frontiers for composites research and development?
This symposium aims to provide a platform for academics, research scientists, engineers, postgraduates and other experts to exchange perspectives on this question, to stimulate new ideas and to create potential collaborations. This symposium is kindly supported by School of Engineering, Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment, University of South Australia. It is comprised of invited talks from experts in different composites research areas, posters from participants and a student poster competition.
Over the years, the MACRO conference has developed a strong reputation for bringing together the latest polymer research from top international polymer scientists. In 2018, a number of leading Plenary and Keynote Speakers from around the world will attend. Please visit our booth 9 and discuss your needs with our product specialists: Chuang-Fong Kong & Scott Fraser
The 12th Congress of the WFNMB is a must attend quadrennial event for nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, medical imaging trainees, physicists, scientists, technologists, nurses, and the broader medical and scientific community. The Congress seeks to promote further global translation of molecular medicine incorporating the translation of basic laboratory research to clinical practice, establishment of clinical and technical standards, and the translation of molecular medical technology to developing countries for the benefit of patients worldwide.
PerkinElmer in partnership with Monash University is excited to inivte you to an one-day technical symposium on "Challenges in Soil and Plant Testing for Better Food and Environment". This symposium aims to provide a platform where academics, government and industry researchers come together to share and discuss the current challenges in soil and plant testing.
The symposium covers the following topics: soil sampling, plant tissure sampling, soil/plant/fertilizer testing, interpretation of soil and plant testing results, accreditation of testing labs, inter-lab proficiency test, contaminated soil remediation, and recent research findings in soil and plant nutrient management.
Dr Cameron Gourley, Senior Research Scientist, Agriculture Victoria
Mr Craig Newman, Australasian Soil and Plant Analysis Council
Mr Gavin Rose, Technical Assessor, NATA
Mr Nick Drew, Executive Manager, Fertilizer Australia
Mr Doug Crawford, Soil Scientist, Agriculture Victoria
Prof. Sam Adeloju, Monash University
Mr Alan Bull, Associate - Environemental Scientist, Cardno
Dr Les Janik, Principal Scientist, CSIRO
The iconic event for the food and beverage manufacturing industry returns to Sydney in July 2017 to showcase the latest technology and innovations in food processing, packaging, science and technology.
foodpro only comes around every three years – don’t miss this opportunity to improve your products and increase efficiencies