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A juvenile sea urchin
Pre-retinal vessels in retinopathy of prematurity: The thief of sight
The Bosch Institute is a major centre for medical research at the University of Sydney. It brings together basic and clinical research scientists to tackle major unsolved questions about the human body in health and in illness.
This year the Bosch Institute's Annual Scientific Meeting will present "Ideas and Technology - Engines of Medical Science". The special one day event will feature speakers from across all the Bosch Research Themes and will also show case the latest in technologies. The conference is open to basic scientists and physicians to enable effective cross cutting of interdisciplinary ideas and to stimulate collaboration. The meeting will also provide an outstanding opportunity and exciting environment for junior investigators and trainees to develop their knowledge. Read more...
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You are invited to attend the Bosch Institute User Group Meeting on Thursday 26th May from 14.00-15.30 in Room N248, Anderson Stuart Building. With all Bosch Facilities represented, this meeting will showcase some of the interesting research being carried out by current users of the Bosch Institute Facilities. Read more...
You are invited to attend the Bosch Institute Distinguished Seminar Series, "Beta cell function within the islets of Langerhans" by Prof Peter Thorn, Chair in Cardiovascular Physiology, Physiology: School Medical Sciences, University of Sydney, on 5th May (1.00-2.00 pm) at Norman Gregg LT, Edward Ford Building (A27). Read more...
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Kennedy Wolfe of the Integrative Biology and Evolution of Marine and Freshwater Invertebrates Laboratory is part of the team whose work was published in Nature this month. Read more...
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