Sip, share, and connect: A delightful morning tea gathering for the NCRIS community at ANU

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Phenomics Australia was delighted to attend the first NCRIS Morning Tea event at the Australian National University (ANU) organised by Research Initiatives and Infrastructure (RII).

The event took place on Wednesday 10th of May, starting at 10:00 am at the University House – UH@Commons.

The morning tea included, short introductions for each team to share our work and achievements with the ANU NCRIS community, featuring Phenomics Australia, Bioplatforms Australia, ACCESS-NRI, NCI, ARDC, Microscopy Australia, AuScope, ANFF, HIA, TERN, and the APPF, among others.

NCRIS delegates from NCI, Phenomics Australia and ACCESS_NRI with Prof. Ute Roessner (RII at ANU). Image credit to A. Raghubanshi.
ANU NCRIS Morning Tea. Image credit to NCI

And a presentation by Sophie Baker from the Network for Early Career Academics at ANU (NECTAR) about their role and activities.

This event was a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues from the NCRIS community at ANU and share ideas. Great chats, delicious snacks, and a fantastic atmosphere. Thanks to RII at the ANU for bringing NCRIS facilities together!

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