In 2019, we have three international speakers, and a selection of invited national speakers. As was the philosophy for the first two meetings, we welcome scientists and clinicians at all levels to present their work. To facilitate this, we have reserved oral presentations for selected submitted abstracts including a full session for PhD students to present, as well as a poster session for all submitted abstracts. We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney.
Your invitation to the IR Spectroscopy User Group Meeting 14th - 15th May 2019
Chuang-Fong Kong & Tomer Simovich
PerkinElmer Product Specialists
Working Principle of FTIR Spectroscopy
How to select the right FTIR accessory for analysis of your samples?
Explore Spectrum 10 to obtain good quality results – your questions answered
Bring your samples and see our FTIR in action
What’s new in PerkinElmer FTIR?
Introduction of microscope technique
How to obtain good data
Applications of FTIR microscope
What’s new in PerkinElmer FTIR microscope?
Australian Medicinal Cannabis Conference 2019
Australian Medicinal Cannabis conference follows on the from the highly successful 2018 GMP, Engineering and Cannabis Forum in Melbourne, PharmOut privileged to again facilitate a thought leading Cannabis Conference to be held on the 25th and 26th March 2019 in Melbourne.
The 2019 Medicinal Cannabis Conference focus is to bring together local and international experts in all areas of industry to display, debate and disseminate new ideas, changes, technologies and information about the cultivation and manufacture of Medicinal Cannabis.
Australian Medicinal Cannabis Conference is the leading cultivation and manufacturing education event; learn from the best and brightest minds in the industry, we are limited to 300 attendees and 30 exhibitors, so book early to avoid disapointment.
Preference will be given to Exhibitors and Speakers who will educate attendees on technical matters relating to the cultivation and manufacture of Medicinal Cannabis.
Alpha Technologies for inflammation and biomarkers detection
Date: Thursday 21st February, 7:15am - 8:15am
Chair: Nick Jones
Speaker: Dr Shima Hamidi
Alpha methodology is a No-Wash bead based assay which is utilised in immunological and inflammation research for, (1) Cytokine profiling, biomarker detection assays associated with inflammation, and immune response and repair, (2) Immunogenicity functional assays that enable direct detection and quantification of antibodies in serum samples, (3) Cellular kinase detection that directly measures endogenous levels of phosphorylated cellular proteins in cell and tissue lysates.
Join PerkinElmer for a Breakfast workshop and learn how this unique no wash homogenous bead-based method will reduce your time to results and make running assays the most stress free part of your day.
To sign up for this workshop, return to your dashboard and select the add-on 'Thursday Breakfast Workshop'.
The 2019 edition will be a three day gathering of world-leading experts to discuss their latest finding and look towards the next challenges and opportunities in these areas. Symposium sponsorship offers significant opportunities for connecting directly with Australia’s top research network in the field of electromaterials science - approximately 200 delegates are expected to attend from over 10 premier research laboratories across the world.
The symposium presents an opportunity to review the most recent advances in materials science, new electrochemical applications and fundamental understanding in this important field of electromaterials.
The International Electromaterials Science Symposium is an annual symposium organised by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES).
The symposium will provide a multidisciplinary forum with participants from across our six Australian collaborating institutions as well as our international partners from around the world. Topics will cover both the fundamental and applied aspects of electromaterials, new devices, and across our broad areas of research in Health, Energy and Ethics. It provides a forum for leading international scientists and engineers to communicate their work to the next generation of researchers, and thereby inspire us to continue making the scientific and technological breakthroughs needed to continue our transition towards a cleaner, healthier and more socially conscious society.
The Australian & New Zealand Socity for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS) will hold their 27th biennial Conference 30th Jan - 3 February 2019.
The ANZMS brings together a broad spectrum of scientists who work with mass pectrometry. The aim of the Society is to promote mass pectrometry by providing contact with local and international leaders in all areas, and provide a forum, through its meetings, for the presentation of research in mass pectrometry and its related disciplines.
ANZSMS27 will be held in Auckland, New Zealand, we look forward to welcoming delegates in 2019.
The Thirteenth Infrared and Raman User’s Group (IRUG 13) conference will be held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, December 5-7, 2018.
The conference will include oral and poster presentations addressing all aspects of the application of infrared and Raman spectroscopies to the study of cultural artefacts and their preservation, as well as applications in forensic science.
The program comprises a 3-day conference with lectures & poster sessions with pitches on aspects of the application of IR & Raman spectroscopies to the study of cultural artifacts & their preservation. One afternoon of excursions to local scientific & artistic sites with exclusive access for conference delegates. Approximately 30 peer reviewed papers and 20 posters.
Keynote speaker: Dr. Narayan Khandekar, Director Straus Center for Conservation, Harvard University, will speak on ‘Materials and techniques of traditional Aboriginal bark paintings.
Information for Presenters
Guidelines for presenters, posters and poster pitches are forthcoming.
PerkinElmer is proud to be a Sponsor of BPS-MPGPCR this year.
The meeting begins on Sunday 2nd December with a keynote speaker followed by 1minute poster presentations, and a lively opening reception combined with the poster viewing session.
Over two full days (3rd-4th December) our guest presenters include a stellar selection of invited, local and international speakers, being emerging stars or leaders in their respective fields. There are multiple opportunities for students and early career researchers to participate in the meeting with short talks selected from abstract submissions, the highly engaging 1min poster previews, and multiple poster viewing & networking sessions.
The 15th biennial conference of the South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association (SPERA) will be held 6 – 9 November 2018 in Perth, Western Australia. SPERA meetings are an invaluable venue for scientific exchange amongst those that work on environmental radioactivity, open to all professionals, researchers and students.
PerkinElmer is proud to be a GOLD Sponsor this year at FHTTA 2018.
The meeting will be held in Canberra in at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, at the Australian National University, Canberra.
This year, the meeting will focus on these key areas:
Overview of high throughput screening
High content imaging and analysis
New screening technologies
Frontiers in Bio-Nano Science (FBNS) is for the next generation of pro-active scientists and innovators to discuss ideas, share their skills and grow their careers. The development of bio-nanoscience as a research tool to industry innovation can only arise from integration of ideas and techniques from all CBNS disciplines. This one-day symposium will provide a relaxed and inspiring environment for CBNS EMCRs to engage in cross-disciplinary networking and collaboration.
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.