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Falling Walls Lab Australia 2017 12 September 2017, Shine Dome Australian Academy of Science, Canberra

You are invited to an inspiring and innovative forum for young researchers – the Falling Walls Lab Australia. The Lab will provide a platform for 25 excellent young researchers and social scientists, academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Island Nations to present their research work, business model, innovative project, social initiative or idea in front of peers and a distinguished audience from academia and business. It is fast-paced and challenging: each participant has just 3 minutes on stage. The panel of seven eminent judges from academia, business, government, and finance will select the winner of this event. This distinguished jury will be chaired by Dr Charles Day, CEO of the Office of Innovation & Science Australia.

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International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology being held at the University of Wollongong in February 2018

Tthe International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology is being held at the University of Wollongong in February 2018.

Prof Gordon Wallace, A/Prof Michael Higgins and A/Prof Atilla Mozer are the chairs and the ICONN website can be accessed at www.ausnano.net/iconn2018/

ANFF to update AusMedtech 2017 & ICMMB 2017 on emerging medical technologies

AusMedtech is Australia’s premier medical technology conference. For the first time, it will be co-presented with the International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (ICMMB).

The joint conference will bring together key stakeholders of the Australian and international medical devices and diagnostics sector to explore topics such as biomaterials, medical devices, assistive technologies for an ageing population, tissue engineering, 3D printing and the mechanics of future medicine.

AusMedtech 2017 & ICMMB 2017 will include plenary presentations from Prof Anthony N Burkitt, Director, Bionic Vision Australia, University of Melbourne and Prof Peter Choong, Sir Hugh Devine Professor of Surgery, University of Melbourne Director of Orthopaedics, St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. A business breakfast will be hosted at the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF).

Register here: ausmedtech.com.au/Registration
View the program: ausmedtech.com.au/2017-program/program
Visit the ausmedtech.com.au/website or contact AusBiotech website to find out more.