Recent Research Jobs

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Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor (Translational Proteomics)

The University of Melbourne

Location: VIC - Melbourne
Closing: 18 August 2016

Associate Professor, Lecturer and Associate Lecturer in Pharmacy

University of Newcastle

Location: NSW
Closing: 19 August 2016

Latest Research News

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A new study has identified nearly 100 previously unknown parts of the brain.

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Some of Australia’s top minds want the new Turnbull cabinet to maintain its focus.

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Research has revealed the importance of our daily rhythms.

ABS stats show coal continues to supply around two-thirds of Australia's electricity generation.

Courses & Education

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This postgraduate course in paediatrics is for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. In Australia and Hong Kong it is known as the Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and in other countries as the International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate (IPPC). The DCH / IPPC vision is to provide affordable, managed access to an international standard of current best practice for doctors and suitably qualified nurses who care for children and young people worldwide.

Reference no.770/0516The University of Sydney Fellowships aim to attract outstanding early career researchers to the University of Sydney to contribute to and enhance the research strengths and culture of the university.

Get involved in DonateLifeWeek DonateLife Week is the national awareness week to promote organ and tissue donation in Australia. In 2016, DonateLife Week will be held fromSunday31July to Sunday7 August. DonateLife Week provides a timely reminder to all Australians of the need to discuss their donation decision with loved ones, and to ask and know their donation decisions. It’s a week dedicated to having the chat that saves lives.

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Featured Research Jobs

The University of Melbourne

Research Fellow in Nanophotonics

The University of Melbourne

Location: VIC - Parkville
Closing: 31 July 2016
The University of Melbourne

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor (Translational Proteomics)

The University of Melbourne

Location: VIC - Melbourne
Closing: 18 August 2016
University of Newcastle

Associate Professor, Lecturer and Associate Lecturer in Pharmacy

University of Newcastle

Location: NSW
Closing: 19 August 2016
Sugar Research Australia

Executive Manager - Technology

Sugar Research Australia

Location: QLD - Indooroopilly
Closing: 08 August 2016