- Platform Technologies
Image for September: Residents of a community in the Upper East Region Ghana
'Humpty Dumpty' program 'Bandage' helps piece DNA sequences back together again and wins 2015 iAwards
The process of DNA sequencing chops up bacterial DNA into millions of small fragments. Like the remains of Humpty Dumpty, the challenge is then to put all the fragments back together again.
New research conducted by scientists at the Universities of Melbourne and Wollongong and QUT has provided a first glimpse at how free radical damage might be initiated in the human lung upon exposure to the urban air pollutant ozone.
Bio21 Institute Platform Technology Lecture Program. These five lectures will provide a basic working knowledge of mass spectrometry and HPLC.
Ten Years Big Picture Seminar - "Measuring and modelling malaria parasites: Why Bio21 is a great place to do convergence science"
Professor Leann Tilley will discuss her aims in malaria research and reflect more broadly on how the Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute is an ideal environment to undertake convergence science.