New Keynote Speakers for ASBTE Conference

With only one week to go before abstract submissions close, we're delighted to announce three new keynote speakers who'll be presenting their work at the ASBTE Conference. Professor Mibel Aguilar is a Bioanalytical and Biophysical Chemist at Monash University working across many disciplines and now specialising in research focuses on biomembrane nanotechnology and peptidomimetic drug design. Her group focuses on peptide-based drug design and biomembrane nanotechnology and are developing novel compounds that allow us to exploit the potential of peptides as drugs. She has published 164 papers and 24 book chapters, and edited a volume of Methods in Molecular Biology on HPLC publications. Prof

Science meets parliament 2017

Science meets Parliament 2017 will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday 21-22 March, 2017 in Canberra. ASBTE has been invited to select up to two members to join. The organisers aim to attract a mix of early-career researchers and more senior STEM professionals. Delegates who are articulate, passionate about their discipline, politically engaged and display leadership qualities are encouraged. Unfortunately, ASBTE cannot provide financial support for travel or accommodation in Canberra. If you are interested, please contact Bryan Coad ( Here is a summary of the last SMP held in March of this year:

18th Australasian Polymer Summer School

Registrations are now open for the 18th Australasian Polymer Summer School (18APSS). The 18APSS is being held on February 14-16 2017 at the University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, South Australia. The 18APSS is jointly funded by the CRC for Polymers and the RACI Polymer Division. This event provides an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of important developments in polymer science and engineering from experts in their field. Anyone interested in the topics to be presented is encouraged to register. Who should attend? Students enrolled in higher degrees; Undergraduate Engineering and Science students; Postdoctoral fellows; Anyone with a technical interest in polymers and po

Abstract deadline extended

We've received a flood of abstracts since our last reminder, many thanks to all authors who've worked so hard to prepare and submit them. We've also been made aware that some authors will struggle to meet today's submission deadline given the other demands on their time at this time of year. In order to give everyone the best possible opportunity to present their work, the organising committee have therefore decided to offer a very generous extension to the deadline. Abstracts will now continue to be accepted until midnight on Friday 2 December. After that date no further extensions will be possible in order to allow enough time for abstract review and selection. The abstract template can be

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