The Australian Society for Biophysics (ASB) represents researchers, teachers, and others with an interest in the application of physical and physicochemical methods to the study of biological systems. The first meeting of the Society was held in 1975 and since then the Annual Meeting of the society is among the largest gathering of Biophysicists in Australia and New Zealand.
The Society has a long-standing tradition of encouraging early career researchers, and this is reflected in student bursaries, poster and best talk prizes and the Young Biophysicist Award. We endorse a collaborative, inclusive community aimed at showcasing and celebrating advances in the field of biophysics.Join Us
Join our vibrant, inclusive community that share a passion for knowledge sharing, innovation and contributing to the field of biophysics.Find out more information
As part of the membership program, you’ll enjoy discounted registrations for all annual meetings and organised ASB events.Find out more information
Students will also gain access to exclusive travel bursaries and become eligible for the Young Biophysicist award and the McAulay-Hope award.Find out more information
29 Nov 2021
We are looking forward to welcoming you in person and on zoom to hear about the latest biophysics research...Read More
02 Dec 2020
We are looking forward to seeing you at the 44th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Biophysics to...Read More
September 23, 2021
The Biophysical Society has a series of travel awards for students, postdoctoral researchers and senior scientists as well as family...
September 19, 2021
Expressions of interest are now open for students to attend the 2021 Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) Postgraduate...
September 11, 2021
Australian Biophysics was well represented at the recent Faraday Discussion on Peptide-Membrane Interactions with Prof Mibel Aguilar, A/Prof Ron Clarke...
September 10, 2021
Cryo-EM, X-ray laser spectroscopy, machine learning, omics and maybe soon large-scale simulations of entire cells? The ability to study...