We are seeking a Laboratory Manager to lead, supervise and research in the NanoScience Laboratory located in the Chemistry Building with Professory Paul Mulvaney.
We would like to congratulate Dr James Hutchison upon being awarded a Future Fellowship by the Australian Research Council. James's project is titled "Beyond the exciton: shaping molecular energy landscapes using polaritons."
More infomration on his fellowship can be found on the ARC website.
Prof Paul Mulvaney (UniMelb) and Prof Gary Rosengarten (RMIT) are seeking a science graduate ideally with some hands-on experience in the solar energy or photovoltaic fields to work on a project involving the design, fabrication and testing of novel luminescent solar concentrators for efficient and cheap conversion of sunlight into electrical energy.
Last month we moved from the Bio21 Institute on Flemington Road to the Chemistry Building at the centre of the University of Melbourne campus. It has taken some time to settle in. We are now feeling at home, despite a few small work-in-progress matters. Here are some photos of the new digs!
After 12 years at Bio21 Institute, we are moving to the Chemistry Building on the main campus of the University of Melbourne.
Four removalist companies, 150 crates, and lots more boxes and equipment . We expect that by the end of he week, everything will be moved to our new home in the top of the Chemistry Buildling. It has been a lot of work packing everything up and now the work of unpacking and settling in begins.
Here are some photos of our old lab being packed up. Stay tuned for photos of the new lab once we are settled in:
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science is NOW recruiting talented postdoctoral scientists with a background in physics, chemistry, applied maths or engineering. More than 20 positions are available.
If you are passionate about science, able to work in a collegiate environment and want to help shape the future, APPLY NOW at www.excitonscience.com/apply.