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Superstars of STEM: Applications Open Now!

5 August 2020 Applications close 31 August 2020. Via Science and Technology Australia (STA). Superstars of STEM aims to smash society’s gender assumptions about scientists and increase the public visibility of women in STEM.  STA started Superstars of STEM…

DJPR: Science and Planning Graduate Program

Date posted 30 July 2020 Applications close 10 August 2020 Via the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.  The Science and Planning Graduate Program has been highly successful for over 20 years. This is a two-year learning and…

Scientific Project Manager

23 July 2020 Via mexec careers – Access the full position description here. The Opportunity The Client is seeking a new Scientific Project Manager to join their expanding Australian team. Reporting to the Director of Protein Therapeutics, you…

Incisive seeking clinical study manager

Date posted 6 July 2020 Incisive Technologies is developing a diagnostic tool that detects tooth degradation (caries) at a very early stage, when the effectiveness of repair is greatest.  Its first clinical study will be conducted in a…

The PoC (Point of Care) is not where it used to be…

19 September In the US, the shift in where care is rendered is practically seismic. Almost overnight it seems (5 years in real world terms), retail clinics have become an important part of primary care and convenience is…

Delivering Value To Our Members – ARMI

17 September 2019 When the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University needed help to boost industry awareness of its work and interact with the growing regenerative medicine sector, the BioMelbourne Network helped with contacts and hosted a…

Cyber Attacks: Why Biotech, Life Sciences & Healthcare organisations fall victim to cybercrime & what you can do about it

16 September 2019 Our industry is under attack – there is no doubt about it! The news of yet another organization falling victim to cybercrime has become a daily occurrence. As long as there is a promise of…

Tractography imaging creates beautiful ‘brainbows’ that are helping doctors treat tumours

12 August 2019 Right now, as you’re reading this, lightning-fast instructions are racing through the fibres of your brain. Regulating your breathing. Keeping your core temperature stable. Comprehending the words on the page. There are thousands of these…

AI Computer Generated Works and Copyright Protection

(posted 6th August 2019) Stephens Lawyers & Consultants have published an article which includes practical guidelines on steps that can be taken by businesses/companies to ensure that their AI generated works are protected by copyright.  This is the…

Consultation Paper on the Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2020-21

June 2019 The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) has released its Consultation Paper on the Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2020-21. Read more

Australian Biotechnology “REALITIES” : From the Laboratory to the Marketplace

12 June 2019 Australian Biotechnology “REALITIES” : From the Laboratory to the Marketplace Cartherics’ Chairman Bob Moses has over 40 years of executive experience in life science companies. You name it, he’s been there: Eli Lilly, ICI Australia, CSL Limited,…

ASX 100 reaches 30 per cent target but board appointments slow

ASX 200 boards have made substantial progress since 2009 when the percentage of female directors stood at just 8.3%. It now stands at 27.7%.                     The Australian Institute of…

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