SPARQ-ed (Students Performing Advanced Research Queensland) is a unique educational facility established as a collaboration between The University of Queensland’s Diamantina Institute (UQDI) and Queensland’s Department of Education and Training (DET) staffed by QASMT teachers. SPARQ-ed aims to promote excellence and innovation in biological and biomedical education by delivering world class specialist programs to Queensland school students and their teachers.
Senior Research Immersion Program offered for 3-7 April 2017
Purifying hSSB1 the Guardian of your Genome QUT Derek Richard – email@example.com
The immersion is a week-long intensive program, available to students in Year 11. The program will work with Associate Professor Derek Richards and his research team on a project related to the effect of hSSB1 mutations on the repair process of DNA damage.
It is possible to achieve a Bonus Rank for UQ entry on completion of a 2000 word research report https://future-students.uq.edu.au/node/20
The program is held at the SPARQ-ed laboratory at the Translation Research Institute at Woolloongabba. The program has been developed by the SPARQ-ed Coordinator, the SPARQ-ed teacher, experienced research scientists, experienced science teachers in conjunction with the research community at TRI. The immersion will provide students with the opportunity to carry out authentic scientific investigations in a real research laboratory.
For further information for the 3-7 April Immersion, costs and how to book go to our website: http://www.di.uq.edu.au/sparq-ed or email firstname.lastname@example.org