Australian biotechnology company Minomic International Ltd has relocated its Australian scientific headquarters to Macquarie’s campus.
Last Friday 20 June more than 500 guests attended a spectacular fundraising event at the Ivy Ballroom, in support of the Motor Neurone Disease Service at Macquarie University.
More than 600 staff at Macquarie University Hospital gathered to celebrate their 4th birthday last Friday.
Associate Professor Kenneth Sheedy is the first Australian to be offered a prestigious ‘double’ fellowship in his field at Oxford.
Professor Sakkie Pretorius, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) will present a talk entitled ‘Design and Build Industry-relevant Yeast for the Future Bioeconomy’, as part of the global Yeast 2.0 project. Read more…
Do you have a 15 to 24 month old toddler? Researchers at the Centre for Emotional Health would like to spend one hour with you and your child observing your child’s behaviour and asking you some questions about your mood, stresses and child’s temperament. Read more…
Research Fellow Yiqing Lu is exploring the application of the novel properties of light in the field of bio-nano-photonics for the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Last Wednesday was an exciting day for Associate Professor Blake Johnson, Distinguished Professor Stephen Crain and David Meng of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD).
It is with great pleasure that we announce the shortlist of Highly Commended applications for the 2014 Macquarie University Research Excellence Awards. All applications and nominations were very strong and highly competitive, but after great deliberation the judging panels have selected the following applicants as Highly Commended. Winners in each category will be announced at […]
Macquarie has new processes and tools to help researchers apply best practice data management.
Macquarie researchers will work closely together with fellow research institutions at the new Northern Translational Cancer Research Centre, which has been awarded $6.3 million in funding.
Are you a male aged 36 years or over or a female aged 61 years or over? Researchers at the Centre for Emotional Health are investigating how people emotionally and physiologically react to and cope with positive and negative events. We are conducting this research with adults from 36 to 100+ years of age and we’d like […]