The Australian Synchrotron enables the rapid translation of ideas, providing researchers with highly-detailed data sets faster than a conventional laboratory. But what is a synchrotron and how do our experts translate its torrents of data into improvements in the way we work, eat and live?
Come along to this free public lecture and gain insight into this landmark research facility, and learn how they are innovating solutions for things like cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, environmentally friendly approaches to mining and growing more sustainable crops.
When: Thursday 27th October, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Where: McCusker Auditorium, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Verdun St, Nedlands
FREE but you must register here For more information: visit Synchrotron