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Tuesday, 27 Jan 2015

VCA Art Attack - SummerSalt Festival

Watch Melbourne’s newest public art work come to life! Art Attack sees VCA visual art student Lance Simpson create a mural on the corner of the Southbank Blvd and St Kilda Rd that aims to be a break from the surrounding urban architecture. Don’t...

Monday, 2 Feb 2015

Mechanisms of Plasmodium falciparum merozoite invasion into human erythrocytes

Plasmodium falciparum parasites cause over 100 million cases of malaria annually, resulting in 800,000 deaths worldwide. Clinical symptoms range from mild headache and fever to serious complications such as anemia, coma and death. The merozoite is...

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Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015

Comparing National Policy Designs for Unemployment Assistance

Please join Professor Dan Finn to launch Professor Mark Considine and Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan’s book Contractingout Welfare Services: Comparing National Policy Designs for Unemployment Assistance. Dan Finn will say a few words about employment serv...

Wednesday, 4 Feb 2015

New Developments in Language Testing

Over the past ten years, many new ideas and practices have been introduced in language testing new developments that are important for both language teachers and language testing specialists. Professor Carol Chapelle will explore how technolog...

Friday, 6 Feb 2015

Dynamic mechanisms in ubiquitin-like protein conjugation cascades

Posttranslational modification by ubiquitinlike proteins (UBLs) is a dynamic mechanism controlling eukaryotic protein function. From a structural and biochemical perspective, this is dynamic at many levels, including the conjugation process during...

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Thursday, 5 Feb 2015

Gong Garden - SummerSalt Festival

An interactive, musical journey. Take an evocative journey through a garden of ancient and beautiful gongs and singing bowls. Discover the sounds, sensations and philosophy of these fascinating instruments and join in improvised musical play with...

Monday, 9 Feb 2015

Apoptotic signaling controls immunity to chronic viral infection

Chronic overwhelming human infections cause more than 500 million deaths per year. We have an incomplete understanding of how the pathogens that cause these infections overcome our body’s defenses, allowing the microbes to persist and cause diseas...

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