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Awards season is here, with several high-profile prizes now open for nominations, including Eureka Prizes, Tall Poppies, Prime Ministers Prizes and more. These awards provide a great opportunity to acknowledge and potentially reward the fantastic work of our colleagues, mentors and friends around the Faculty.
The Helen Beh Award is for a Science student (undergraduate OR postgraduate) who has contributed most to the Faculty’s non-academic activities and interests. Academic staff are encrouaged to nominate candidates; nominations are due by 31 March.
Access to a High Performance Computing (HPC) service supporting high quality research will be available to University of Sydney researchers from the end of March 2015. Regsiter now for HPC training on the Research support website.
Cholesterol & gut bacteria: the good & the bad. Presented by Dr Mark Read (CPC) and Dr Blake Cochran (UNSW). Wednesday 11 March, 6pm at Ultimo Library.
"From designer optical materials to structured light for the Internet of Things: adventures of an optical scientist". Presented by Professor Federico Capasso from Harvard University. Tuesday 17 March, 6pm @McLaurin Hall. Free to attend, registration required.
Presented by medical researcher and blogger Professor Jenny Martin. The seminar will discuss improving university metrics and establishing gender equity in higher education. The seminar begins with morning tea at 10:30am in the Law Foyer Room 2.
A Game of homes: How honeybees choose a nest. Presented by Associate Professor Mary Myerscough School of Mathematics and Statistics
5.45pm, Eastern Avenue Auditorium
"From mutation to macroevolution". Presented by Professor Lindell Bromham. 1:00pm - 2:00pm, free lunch to follow @ DT Anderson lecture theatre. Free to all, RSVP essential.
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