Wednesday 4 October 2017 12:00 - 6:00pm (networking and nibbles 5-6pm) Qld College of Art Lecture Theatre and Gallery, South Bank Campus
The 2017 German Science and Innovation Day will be held at Griffith University as part of the Brisbane German Week (1-15 October 2017). Initiated and organised by the German Honorary Consulate in Brisbane, this week showcases the educational, scientific, economic, political and cultural relationships between Queensland and Germany in a series of events. The German and Science Innovation Day provides an opportunity to gain insights into research projects involving researchers in Queensland and Germany.

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Call for Presentations

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Australia and Germany: Large Distance, Close Collaborations

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Vice President of DAAD to join German Science and Innovation Day 2017

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