Official Golden Jubilee Networking Luncheon & Plenary Lectures
4 December 2008, 1:00–16:30 pm, Great Hall, The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney’s Great Hall will be transformed into a spectacular gathering of collaborators and friends of the Unit to celebrate the EMU's Golden Jubilee.
This event will feature the symposium’s plenary lectures by Prof. Wolfgang Baumeister, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany, “From Words to Literature in Structural Biology” and Dr Thomas Kelly, Imago Scientific Instruments, USA, “What is Atomic-Scale Tomography?”
Also on this occasion, Professor Don Nutbeam, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, will officially launch the EMU’s history book ‘50 Great Moments, Celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the University of Sydney’s Electron Microscope Unit’.
Cost: included in registration fee.
Small Matters – Exploring the World of Microscopy
4 December 2008, 4:30–6:00 pm
Join us after the Golden Jubilee Networking Luncheon for drinks at the Small Matters – Exploring the World of Microscopy in the University of Sydney’s Macleay Museum. This exhibition has been co-curated between the Macleay Museum and the Electron Microscope Unit, and it is celebrating the Unit’s success in supporting the University’s world-class research by showcasing the fascination and outcomes of today’s microscopy and microanalysis capabilities.
The exhibition runs from 1 August 2008 – 1 February 2009, Monday to Friday 10:00–4:30 pm Sunday 12 noon–4:00
Sydney Harbour Cruise
2:40 pm, Friday, 5 December 2008
Conclude the symposium by joining us on a relaxed harbour cruise on Sydney’s beautiful Port Jackson. Sip a cool drink from the bar and view the sights such as the world-famous Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Fort Denison, Luna Park and the city's million-dollar waterfront mansions.
Cost: AUD $95
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