New Zealand’s largest annual scientific event is currently underway with Queenstown Research Week 2017.
From the 2-9 September, a number of meetings covering a range of science-related topics will take place. Inspired by the NZ Medical Sciences Congress, Queenstown Molecular Biology Meetings, and the Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, QT Research Week aims at generating new ideas and increasing opportunities for networking. The week-long fair features presentations from some of the top scientists in the world, and draws over 1000 people a year.
This year’s event will cover topics including proteins, reproductive biology, melanoma and infectious diseases.
Queenstown Research Week runs from 2-9 September.
Visit queenstownresearchweek.org for more information.