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The ACROSS Annual Report 2012 has been released, and can be found both online and in print.
Congratulations to both Daniel Gstoettenmayr and Michael Breadmore.
The achievements of the past year were recently celebrated at the inaugural ACROSS Annual Lunch.
The plenary speakers have been announced for the 40th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques, to be held in Hobart in November.
Congratulations to Professor Brett Paull, who has been appointed as the next Director of ACROSS.
Congratulations to ACROSS Director, Professor Paul Haddad, who won the American Chemical Society Award in Chromatography, making him the first ever Australian recipient.
The ACROSS Annual Report 2011 is now available online and in print.
Associate Professor Robert Shellie, an ARC Research Fellow at ACROSS, has won the 2013 Fulbright Tasmanian Scholarship.
Greg, the Deputy Director of ACROSS and PARC, and Head of Chemistry at the University of Tasmania, has taken up a new position in Melbourne.
As we welcome in 2013, we take this opportunity to reflect on another successful year at ACROSS.
Today marks Anthony's last day at ACROSS.
Today is the last day that our friend and colleague, Joe Hutchinson, will be with us at ACROSS.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) has released the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2012 National Report, and the results for ACROSS are outstanding.
ACROSS has recently joined Facebook, which offers exciting opportunities for greater connectivity.
In 2013, Hobart is hosting the 40th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques (HPLC 2013).
ACROSS staff would like to welcome its two newest members: Cristiano Funari and Laura Tedone.
The Australian Research Council funding for 2013 has recently been released, and once again, ACROSS has achieved a high level of success.
Staff at ACROSS would like to give their sincere congratulations to Rosanne Guijt, who received the Young Tall Poppy Science Award for 2012.
Congratulations to Paul Haddad and Gregory Dicinoski, who have both received prestigious awards.
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