YOUNG SCIENTIST FORUM 2014
Calling the World’s Next Life Science Researchers!
Listen. Network. Be Recognized.
Every great scientific breakthrough begins with an exchange of ideas.
On 28 March 2014, the Young Scientist Forum hosted by Agilent Technologies and Metabolomics Australia will bring together leading scientific scholars with the best and brightest emerging young scientists to discuss the future of life science. Meet and network with some of the greatest mentors in the life science research such as Dave De Souza, Dr. Dan Dias, Prof Malcom McConville, Paul O’Donnell, Dr Berin Boughton, Dr. Ronda Greaves, Dr. Reinhard Boysen and Dr Oliver Jones.
We are also delighted to have Prof Tony Bacic, University of Melbourne as the Keynote Speaker and Dr Graham Mitchell, Foursight Associates as Guest of Honour.
Our hosts and mentors for the forum will provide insight to:
- How the future of life science is changing from the perspective of experienced scientists
- What the current trends are in science from leaders in their fields
- What the future holds for those who want to innovate
The forum is a fantastic opportunity to discover new ideas, network with the best and brightest scientific minds and develop your potential as a world-renowned future life scientist. Following the day’s sessions the forum will move to a private room at Naughtons Parkville Hotel for the award presentations (see below) and networking session. Drinks and finger food will be provided so do join in. There is no charge for the forum or networking session but registration is essential.
|Venue||The University of Melbourne
School of Botany
Seminar room G26
1-100 Grattan Street, Parkville
|Time||10-45am – 5.00pm (registration at 10.30am)|
|Date||Friday 28 March|