SCS Seminar – Via Zoom!

It was a privilege to give the weekly SCS seminar (and on Zoom for the first time) this morning. Many thanks to the amazing students of our Group – spending long hours in the lab collecting and analysing data. Thanks also to our collaborators and to our support staff. Finally, thanks to the audience for … Read more

Lorne Proteins 2020

Oi Wei is attending the 45th Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function, which is currently being held in Lorne, Australia. She also managed to catch up with one of our former members, Dr Ram Bhusal, at the conference. Hope you are enjoying the conference with good science and networking!

ANZMAG 2019

Ivan attended the 12th Australian and New Zealand Society for Magnetic Resonance conference (ANZMAG 2019), which was held in Bunker Bay in Western Australia. Ivan was part of the scientific committee and co-chaired the Drug Development session (with Dr Lorna Wilkinson-White of the University of Sydney). It was an excellent NMR conference that is organised … Read more

NZSBMB Conference 2019

Mike and Ivan attended the New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Conference, which was held between the 2nd and 4th of July in partnership with Victoria University of Wellington (VUW)’s Centre for Biodiscovery (CfB). Mike gave a poster presentation about his work on the development of new chemical agents that tackle polymyxin … Read more

43rd FEBS Congress

Ivan attended the 43rd FEBS Congress, which was held in Prague between the 7th and 12th of July. The conference, which was themed ‘Biochemistry Forever’ was attended by around 2,000 delegates from across the world and there were many interesting talks and posters. It was also nice to catch up with colleagues and friends from … Read more

19th Tetrahedron Symposium

Dona and Danilo represented the Leung Group at the 19th Tetrahedron Symposium, which was held in Riva del Garda, Lake Garda, Italy. Dona and Danilo presented their PhD projects as poster presentations at the conference. Well done and we hope you have enjoyed the break!