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Mediators of microneme secretion in Apicomplexa

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Dominique SoldatiFavre earned her PhD in molecular biology from the University of Zürich. She then undertook a postdoctoral training at Stanford University School of Medicine, in the laboratory of Dr. John Boothroyd. She began her independent career at the University of Heidelberg in 1995 and then moved to Imperial College London until 2003. She conducts her research as a full professor in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine at the University of Geneva and since 2011 she is ...

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Saturday, 29 Nov 2014

The Olympic Games and Human Rights

Human rights pressures on the Olympic Games have risen dramatically in the last decade. In the 20th century, such pressures were largely limited to ensuring nondiscrimination for athletes; now, demands extend to host country treatment of minoritie...

Tuesday, 2 Dec 2014

Oxygen - The Breath of Life or the Kiss of Death?

Reactive oxygen species are proposed to act as mediators in a variety of signalling pathways, including regulated cell death. Disruption of redox homeostasis is commonly observed during cell death, but it is difficult to determine the significance...

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Public Science and its Output: First Evidence from the California Institute of Technology

What return does society get from publicly funded science? Leading scientists manage their laboratories much as entrepreneurs manage their firms. They raise funds; hire and supervise workers (PhD students; postdocs; colleagues; external collaborat...

Wilin Celebrate 2014

Join us for Wilin's annual celebration of music, dance, visual art and story telling featuring the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music's (MCM) wonderful 2014 Indigenous student cohort. The concert features ...

Monday, 1 Dec 2014

Seventh Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory

The Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory brings together research students from all academic disciplines to engage with social, political, theoretical, and methodological issues raised by law and legal theory. The workshop is a welcoming, co...

Wednesday, 3 Dec 2014

Why don’t students turn up to your lectures?

Melbourne School of Population and Global Health Research Seminar Students are timepoor, stressed and anxious, the lectures are large and impersonal and probably at 8am. They are recorded and screencaptured, you can be 'played back' at double spe...

The impact of arginine methylation in B cell receptor signaling

Signals through the B cell receptor (BCR) are transmitted by a multitude of molecules, many of which undergo posttranslational modification. In BCR signaling, arginine methylation, a characterized posttranslational modification, has been suggested...

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Towards an Action Plan for a Cure for Dementia

We invite you to join us for a special public lecture by Dr Dennis Gillings CBE, the World Dementia Envoy and Executive Chairman, Quintiles as he presents "Towards an Action Plan for a Cure for Dementia". Dr Dennis Gillings was appointed as the W...

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Successes and Challenges: 40 Years of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-Australia Dialogue Partnership

Asialink and Deakin University’s Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation are delighted to invite you to the “Successes and Challenges: 40 Years of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)Australia Dialogue Partnership” Conference and the la...

Innovative Learning and Teaching: The Why and The How

A twoday symposium bringing together veterinary educators and practitioners from across the AsiaPacific region. Symposium themes include: Is the lecture dead? Student engagement, elearning, online learning and related topics. Is your graduate jo...

Thursday, 4 Dec 2014

The View from the Other Side: Researching Australian Advertising in the US

The opportunity to work on the Australian Research Council (ARC) grant “Globalising the Magic System” pushed Professor Susan Smulyan to think (again) about both transnational and advertising history and how we research and tell these stories. The ...

In conversation: Danielle Crittenden (Huffington Post) & David Frum (The Atlantic)

In recent years the US has brought a new kind of hope to digital media. But, with the influence of players such as BuzzFeed, Mashable, Huffington Post and The Daily Beast still growing, and the way in which news is delivered evolving, the old trut...

Sunday, 7 Dec 2014

Raising Children in More Than One Language

Raising children in more than one language is a very important process. There are many positive strategies that can be employed. The sessions in this seminar discuss issues in raising children bilingually, show you how to recognise your child’s n...

Monday, 8 Dec 2014

Signaling pathways connect the cell cycle to epigenetics and cell fate determination

Stephen Dalton has been Professor and GRA Chair in Molecular Cell Biology in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia since 2003. In 20012 he was appointed founding Director of the Center for Molecular Medi...

"Breaking the chains": An ethnographic documentary about human rights violations against people with mental illness in Indonesia

During this seminar, Dr Erminia Colucci will discuss the use of visual methods to research global and cultural mental health, illustrated through examples from her recent "Breaking the chains" ethnographic photo/film documentary project. The docu...

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The Architecture of New Museums in Central Europe – the Quest for Icons in the 21st century

Modern, unconventional buildings are supposed to help Central European countries make their mark in Europe as a whole. Especially in Poland, each major city has tried to make a name for itself and to have a building whose form would possess the at...

Tuesday, 9 Dec 2014

The No-Bell Prize

Melbourne Neuroscience Institute is pleased to announce the 'NoBell Prize' as its final public lecture for 2014. How difficult is it for neurosciencerelated academics and researchers to speak in layman’s terms when describing their research? Wat...

The Ideas Soirée: Bridging Gaps in Engineering Education

If India wants to make a strong mark in the innovative product and technology development market, then it must harness the strengths of a multidisciplinary education system. Design thinking can play a critical role in enticing innovative leaders w...

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Could Australia Really Become a Police State?

No nonauthoritarian country in the world has moved so far and so fast to put in place a security regime of the sort that Australia has adopted in recent weeks. What can the extensive experience of the international human rights system tell us in ...

Wednesday, 10 Dec 2014

Investigating the cellular origins of lung cancer

In this seminar, Dr Sutherland will present her work with relation to generating new preclinical mouse models of human squamous cell lung cancer. Dr Kate Sutherland is a Laboratory Head in the Stem Cells and Cancer division. Kate completed her Ph...

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Human rights in mental health

For United Nations Human Rights Day, the Global and Cultural Mental Unit (Centre for Mental Health, School of Population and Global Health) in collaboration with the Social Equity Institute and representatives from Mind and Mental Illness Fellowsh...

Thursday, 11 Dec 2014

Community, economy and ethics for the Anthropocene

As we find ourselves implicated in the arrival of the Anthropocene, mainstream theories of economic growth, whether market or stateled, are failing human society. Devastated ecosystems and marginalized people are casualties of a growth paradigm th...

Maria Edgeworth, Edmund Burke, and the First Irish Ulysses

Long before James Joyce brought his allusive novelistic craft to bear on the Odyssey, another Irish novelist, likewise practiced in the art of allusion, Maria Edgeworth, made extensive reference to the Homeric story in perhaps her most important p...

Friday, 12 Dec 2014

Melbourne School of Design Open House

The new Melbourne School of Design (MSD) building will officially open its doors to the public on Friday 12 December from 2pm to 8pm in an open house style event. There will be opportunities to explore the building, as well as exhibitions, music a...

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