Biomolecular Interaction Centre
Welcome to the Biomolecular Interaction Centre
The Biomolecular Interaction Centre (BIC) was established at the University of Canterbury in 2007. BIC recently received a multi-million dollar investment from the University of Canterbury to become one of two new premier research institutes on campus. The BIC objectives are to support and foster research in the area of biomolecular interactions.
Meet the BIC Board – Afternoon tea
Tuesday 17th December
Please join us to network with the BIC Board.
RSVP (with any special dietary requirements) by 6 December
BIC seminar: Dr Wanting Jiao
“Schrödinger Capability: What can Schrödinger software be used for?”
1pm 13 December, Rm 275, Biology seminar
Otago Bioengineering Workshop:
“MedTech in Christchurch”
9am -5pm, Wed 18 Dec, Christchurch Medical School (RSVP to email@example.com for catering purposes)
News and Announcements
New BIC Investigator (21 November 2013) We are delighted to welcome Mark Hampton (University of Otago) as an Associate Investigator.
New BIC Adjuncts (20 September 2013) We are delighted to welcome Michael Steward and Antonia Miller (Protein Science and Engineering Team, Callaghan Innovation) as UC Adjunct Senior Fellows.
New BIC Investigators (6 September 2013) We are delighted to welcome Ant Poole (School of Biological Sciences, University of Canterbury) as an Principal Investigator and David Ackerley (School of Biological Sciences, Victoria University) as a Associate Investigator.
BIC Advisory Board: We welcome Prof David Beebe (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Wisconsin Institute for Medical Research,
Madison) to the BIC Advisory Board.