We are looking forward to welcoming you both in person at the University of Melbourne, and on Zoom to hear about the latest biophysics research at this year’s ASB meeting that will be hybrid in delivery. The meeting will bring together biophysicists and related scholars from across Australia and is the peak biophysics conference in Australasia. The organising committee is looking forward to putting together an exciting program that will include a plenary session from Professor Warwick Bowen, (University of Queensland), who will talk about his recently developed quantum microscope that can see the impossible, invited international and national lectures, several talks selected from abstract submissions.
We have an exciting lineup of speakers at the cutting edge of experimental and theoretical biophysics who are developing tools based on optical and electron microscopy, as well as different types of spectroscopies, to investigate biology from the whole organism to a single molecule.
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