Past events

31
Oct
2018

2018 Birch Lecture - Professor Kris Matyjaszewski - Carnegie Mellon University »

4pm 31 October 2018

Macromolecular Engineering (ME) can be defined as a process comprising rational design of (co)polymers with specific architecture and functionality, followed by precise and efficient polymer synthesis and processing in order to prepare advanced materials with target properties. Preparative ME requires controlled / living polymerization. Radical polymerization could be very well suited for ME  due to tolerance to many functionalities. Unfortunately, free radicals are difficult to be controlled, have very short life times (

30
Oct
2018

RSC Grant Information Session  »

2.30pm 30 October 2018

The Research Office invites you to an information session where they will be providing an overview of the new NHMRC schemes, with focus around the Investigator Grants which are scheduled to open at the end of this year.

30
Oct
2018

Specialised Polymer and Materials Science »

1pm 30 October 2018

The 2018 Birch Lecturer Krzysztof Matyjaszewski will be presenting a seminar on “Specialised Polymer and Materials Science”.

30
Oct
2018

Safety Induction »

10am 30 October 2018

Full safety induction for new staff and students.

30
Oct
2018

RSC School Forum | October »

9.30am 30 October 2018

This Forum will provide an informative (summarised) overview of the school’s activities, with special guests to join us on various occasions. Topics of discussion can be sent to me via email a week before the Forum. Scheduled Monthly on Tuesdays 9.30-10.30am followed by light refreshments in Seminar Room 3.105. ALL staff and students are welcome

26
Oct
2018

RSC Trivia Night »

6pm 26 October 2018

The second round of Trivia will be held on Friday 26th October in the Drop in Centre. If you are interested please register at – https://rsctrivia2018.eventbrite.com.au Hope to see you there.

26
Oct
2018

Intersex Awareness Day »

26 October 2018

Up to 2% of people are born with sex characteristics that don't fit male/female medical norms.  Of serious concern, stigma continues to influence medical professionals who are forcing Intersex people to have surgery to conform to these binary norms. This needs to stop! Everyone has the right to determine what happens to their body! Many intersex people suffer the physical and emotional effects from such interventions, and related shame and secrecy. Take some steps to stand proud with our Intersex family:  

25
Oct
2018

2018 Honours Thesis Submissions »

5pm 25 October 2018

Submission date for the 2018 Honours theses is 25th October 2018 at 5pm.

25
Oct
2018

Professor Dan Li »

1pm 25 October 2018

Abstract available soon

24
Oct
2018

ASC Student Seminars »

2pm 24 October 2018

Format for the ASC Seminars are 12 minutes for the talk followed by 3 minutes of questions. The talks will be presented in the following order:

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