The ASB meeting is going hybrid!

The ASB meeting is going hybrid!

We are looking forward to welcoming you to this year’s ASB annual meeting to hear about the latest biophysics research.

The meeting will be hosted by the School of Physics, University of Melbourne, and will be delivered in a hybrid format so you and join us either in person or online. The meeting will include a joint session with the Biophysical Society of Japan. We are excited to welcome Prof Warwick Bowen from the University of Queensland as a plenary speaker. He will talk about his recently developed quantum microscope that can see the impossible.

More details regarding the event program and registration will follow soon.

For questions, contact the chair of the organising committee Dr Elizabeth Hinde.

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