March 2, 2018

Like most community laboratories, BioQuisitive was only possible through the generous donations of superfluous equipment from universities and other institutions of science. As a result of this charitable act, and some hacking, we were able to build out our laboratory....

February 20, 2018

Person to person workshops have shown to be a great way for spreading awareness, knowledge, and empowerment in our society. BioQuisitive would like to welcome professionals, students and everyday people who have a strong understanding of both the practical and theoreti...

July 18, 2016

Thinking about studying the life sciences at university? Then you probably have some questions about what the future holds for you. 


Here's a quick primer on what to expect in terms of Australia's quality of education, job prospects and some of the future issues you mi...

July 4, 2016

And the blind shall see once more. 


Sounds like a biblical miracle, doesn't it? Or maybe a prophecy from Game of Thrones? In reality, it's just one of the many life-changing innovations coming from Australia's life sciences sector. 


This is the year that human trials b...

July 2, 2016

In short....I really don't know. Initially we were looking for a project that could be fun for members of BioQuisitive and our Melbourne based community of life science enthusiasts, BioHack Melbourne, to take part in for some "science action." Previously, we had come a...

July 1, 2016

Thanks to one of our dedicated and talented members, Thomas Francis Chair, (<3 u) we now have a new flash, and easy to update website! There is so much news to go over but for now this is it. Have a look around and be sure to let us know what you think!

June 13, 2016

According to a recentGraduate Destination Report(2014), 52% of Life Science undergraduates in Australia were unable to find employment upon graduation in any area of work. This is up from 47% in 2013 and putting Life Sciencesbehind Visual Arts as one of the most diffic...

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