Past events

1–2pm 20 November 2014
Different bacteria respond to their environments through alteration of cell morphology and through formation of communities of bacteria across surfaces, known as called biofilms....
4–7pm 14 November 2014
Late last year, the Research School of Chemistry moved into its new, state-of-the-art, $90m building. We now would like you to join with us in officially opening the building and...
1pm 16 October 2014
Tandem Photo-Catalysis as a strategy for water splitting
1pm 9 October 2014
Beyond the periodic Table - Going for the Superheavy Elements
1pm 2 October 2014
Visualisation of the Molecular World for a Deep Understanding of Chemistry
2–3pm 17 September 2014
Carbohydrates play an important role in a range of human diseases.  The nonulosonic acids are a family of 9-carbon sugars that include the sialic acids (e.g. N-...
9–10am 16 September 2014
Wolfram – Alpha and Mathematica in Teaching and Research
2–3pm 13 September 2014
Dr Peter Wothers, Cambridge University, returns to share his enthusiasm for science. Watch this exciting demonstration packed lecture, exploring why things are coloured, chemical...
7–8pm 12 September 2014
Dr Peter Wothers, Cambridge University, returns to share his enthusiasm for science. Watch this exciting demonstration packed lecture, exploring why things are coloured, chemical...
1–2pm 11 September 2014
Courts, Criminals and Chemistry – the CSI effect in NSW
11am–12pm 11 September 2014
Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy for Characterisation of Phase Transitions in Functional Ceramics
3–4pm 26 August 2014
The cell membrane acts as a physical barrier that separates the biological machinery of life from a potentially hostile external environment. The cell membrane itself is composed...
2–3pm 26 August 2014
My research to date has mostly been related to catalysis, but has also had another common theme:  I’m interested in learning how a chemical system works, and then...
11am–12pm 26 August 2014
Fluorescence is a powerful technique that could provide spatiotemporal information with exquisite sensitivity. The lifetime of fluorescence emission is in the nanosecond range,...
10–11am 26 August 2014
Understanding the mechanistic details involved in synthesis at different length scales is fundamental to improving these processes and obtaining control over the structure of the...
1–2pm 21 August 2014
Novel IR Spectroscopies to study biological membranes and membrane proteins
11am–12pm 13 August 2014
One of the ultimate goals for the synthetic chemistry is the enantioselective synthesis by a zero-emission process. In this presentation, we disclose how we develop the first...
2.30–4pm 8 August 2014
Membranes, micelles and motors – maintaining the momentum Carol V. Robinson, University of Oxford What can we learn from the study of membrane protein complexes in the gas...
1–2pm 31 July 2014
Different bacteria respond to their environments through alteration of cell morphology and through formation of communities of bacteria across surfaces, known as called biofilms....
1–2pm 3 July 2014
Fragment-based screening and rational design approaches towards discovering new antibiotics with novel mechanisms of action

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