Due to the unexpected delay in online QEST Membership registration portal, we wish to advise the following: for NEW MEMBERS ONLY: Please join QEST manually by filling in the QEST-membership-form-2018-9. Please do this using a pdf reader, as this will reveal the membership type options and their associated fees. Follow the instruction on page two of the form for submitting your form and payment. New memberships received prior to the end of June will be ratified in time for active participation at the AGM. If you wish to forward a nomination for a position on the 2018-2019 QEST committee, please download the QEST representative nomination FORM 2018-19 and…
The ConQEST 2018 Registration Handbook has been released. To view the handbook, go to the ConQEST registration handbook page.
QEST offers a Labrat bursary to assist regional members attend ConQEST. Please login to the QEST Members area, click on Bursaries & Awards, and download the application and criteria.
Complimentary dinner on Monday, 2nd July is provided with your ConQEST2018 registration. Dr Nimrod Klayman will join us at dinner to tell us all about UQ’s IdeaHub.
Planning your ConQEST trip to Gatton? There is an optional additional workshop on the day after ConQEST
We are so very nearly ready to release all the information and issue tickets. Just hang in there. Check back in on our website http://qest.org.au/ OR follow this event on Facebook, to stay updated for current information on: Theme, Ticket prices & how to Register Keynote speakers — Hush these are Top Secret, for now. Major workshops– Most of these are nearly locked in. The Venue – UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND GATTON CAMPUS Dinner Menu — Wow, got some Yummy options! Accommodation — A chance to get back to your Uni Dorm Rooms. Transport — Buses will collect Delegates from Airport. Networking opportunities – You bet! RiskAssess “Chemical Safety…
See the ConQEST 2018 pages from the drop down menu for information on this year’s event!
Read the latest issue of LabLINK for Term 1, 2018 – To Infinity and Beyond – find it in the Members Area of the website
The ASSIST (Australian Science Support Information for Teachers and Technicians) advisory service has been “rebooted” in the last 6 months after more funding has been obtained to keep it running. The demand for the advisory services of Science ASSIST continues to grow. The Science ASSIST website now has over 2,400 registered users and since August 2014 there have been close to 93,000 unique visitors and 40% of these come back to the website!! A selection of new questions LAB EQUIPMENT – Lab dishwasher for the school laboratory. What should we get? CHEMICALS – Why does concentrated sulfuric acid go brown? If you use a diluted solution (2M) of the brown acid as part of the…
Find a copy of “Guideline for Managing Risks with Chemicals in DETE Workplaces November 2013” on our LINKS->Other Useful Links page