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Salesforce Journey Builder maps L’Oréal’s customer journeys across 28 brands - Salesforce Australia

Salesforce Journey Builder maps L’Oréal’s customer journeys across 28 brands - Salesforce Australia


Salesforce.com

With 28 brands, including category icons Garnier, Maybelline and Lancôme, L’Oréal is on a mission to deliver ‘beauty for all’.

Scientific writing: A very short cheat sheet

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

The life of a researcher is incomplete without undergoing the trauma of writing scientific documents: papers, grants, protocols, theses, and so on and on. Most researchers find this stressful, time-consuming, and difficult; and, despite the enormous time and effort invested in writing, I for one often come across close-to-incomprehensible papers while digging through the literature. Why is that the case, and how do we fix it?  Read more

Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival

Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival


Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival

Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival. The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is an annual celebration of fashion, beauty, business and creative endeavour for everyone to enjoy.

 L'Oréal Australia tackles the problem of recycling cosmetics packaging

L'Oréal Australia tackles the problem of recycling cosmetics packaging


CosmeticsDesign-Asia.com

L’Oréal Australia is making efforts to build its environmental credentials in the country, and has teamed up with TerraCycle to offer consumers a free collection and recycling service for its products.

Is it worth it? L'Oreal pays lip service to women in science

Is it worth it? L'Oreal pays lip service to women in science


The Conversation

Each year, L’Oreal’s Australian and international women in science programs contribute significant sums of money to support research and encourage girls to enter careers in science, technology and engineering…

Images of Devi and her colour-changing dragons

by Niall @ Women in Science – Science In Public

There are high resolution images of Devi and her lizards below. To access the high-res version, click on the image then right/command click and select save as. There’s also HD footage available, email niall@scienceinpublic.com.au if you’d like access. Click on images to view and download high-res versions.

Are you a slave to your smartphones? Or master of your mobile?

by Operations @ Science In Public

We spend three hours a day on our phones, on average, with almost one in five of us admitting we check our phone at least once every 15 minutes. These are some of the early findings from Australia’s Biggest Smartphone Survey, which is looking at how we use our smartphones and how we feel about […]

2014 L’Oréal for Women in Science Fellows announced Tuesday 12 August

by Toni @ Women in Science – Science In Public

This year’s $25,000 L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand For Women in Science Fellowships will be awarded next Tuesday evening at a Ceremony at the newly opened Jardin Tan at the Melbourne Botanic Gardens Observatory. This year’s Fellows are inspiring young women, tackling problems in diverse fields of science. And they’re not alone – this year […]

Why should we work so hard to make our work reproducible?

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

The call for reproducibility has never been stronger in the history of science. Since two major pharmaceutical companies, Amgen and Bayer, reported in 2011/12 that their scientists were unable to replicate 80-90% of the findings in landmark papers, scientific news outlets have caught up on the issue. Their reports have catalyzed conversations among stakeholders (policy makers, funding agencies and scientists) to improve reproducibility in science.  Read more

The botany of booze; drones on the farm; wildlife forensics; plastic oceans; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Thursday 17 August 2017 Highlights from day six of National Science Week 448 events and exhibitions, 22 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Sydney Wildlife forensics: meet the scientist using genetics to […]

Giving patients more control of their lives

by Science in Public @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Dr Suetonia Palmer University of Otago, Christchurch, New Zealand Dr Suetonia Palmer is challenging the status quo for kidney disease treatment and helping millions of people with chronic kidney disease take back control of their lives. Working from te...

From bad hair days to sun smarts, L'Oreal has skin in the game

From bad hair days to sun smarts, L'Oreal has skin in the game


The Sydney Morning Herald

Guive Balooch isn't a name that rolls easily off an Australian tongue. But then, his job title is also a rather puzzling.

From colour-changing lizards to colour-changing bandages

by Niall @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Colour and movement show how species evolve, bring a second international L’Oréal For Women in Science honour, and a $470,000 ARC grant for University of Melbourne evolutionary biologist Dr Devi Stuart-Fox. Devi Stuart-Fox is attracted to show-offs. “I’m just really fascinated by animals with fabulous colours and ornaments.” And ever since she was a teenager [...]

Our earthquake science epicenter; new recycling plant opening; ‘tree lobsters’ and peacock spiders; the physics of beer; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Dozens of stories and interesting people at 120+ Science Week events in ACT Opening of Canberra’s re-vamped recycling facility…tour the facility, meet the experts and see how physics sorts trash from treasure. Drone footage available. ‘Tree lobster’ stick insects and small peacock spiders on the big screen. And meet the man who discovered these tiny […]

Mystery of leaf size solved – paper in Science today; caring for Country in Arnhem Land; and reinventing the laser

by Operations @ Science In Public

Friday 1 September The mystery of leaf size solved We’ve got scientists available for interview, plus full release, background information and high res images. And a feature story by lead author Ian Wright for The Conversation here. For the first day of Spring, we’ve got a global team of researchers who have cracked the mystery of […]

Get your Fresh Science in; Japan stories; Science Week report back; and training all over the country

by Operations @ Science In Public

Help us find the next generation of Fresh Scientists Nominations for Fresh Science 2017 close next Thursday 31 August. So encourage all the great early-career researchers you know to apply and become our next generation of spokespeople for science. Thank you Curtin, UWA, Murdoch, Edith Cowan, Notre Dame, Adelaide, UniSA, Flinders, Monash, Melbourne, LaTrobe, Deakin, […]

Away from home: An eye for funds

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

Every Tuesday, our ‘Away from home’ blog series features one Indian postdoc working in a foreign lab recounting his/her experience of working there, the triumphs and challenges, the culture factor, tips for Indian postdocs headed abroad and what he/she misses most about India.  Read more

The mystery of leaf size solved – photos

by Operations @ Science In Public

Click here for media release and background information. Click on photos for the high-res version.    

Sex, genes and rock ‘n’ roll; inside a dodgy drug lab; physics of recycling; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Saturday 19 August 2017 Highlights for day eight of National Science Week’s nine-day ‘week’ 177 events and exhibitions, 16 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Hobart Meet the author of Sex, Genes […]

L’Oréal Beautifies Its Paid Media Investments With CRM

L’Oréal Beautifies Its Paid Media Investments With CRM


AdExchanger

L’Oréal is on a global push to unite its cross-brand marketing efforts.

More efficient solar cells with quantum dots

by Science in Public @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Dr Baohua Jia Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia The global race to develop high efficiency, low cost solar energy is fierce. And Baohua Jia and her colleagues are front runners. Conventional solar cells are efficient, but thick a...

Microbial mass movements: the millions of species we ignore at our peril

by Toni @ Science In Public

Science paper Friday, 15 September 2017 Background information below. More high-res images available below. Wastewater, tourism, and trade are moving microbes around the globe at an unprecedented scale. As we travel the world we leave billions of bacteria at every stop. As with rats, foxes, tigers and pandas, some microbes are winners, spreading around the […]

L’Oreal Australia | Office Staff And Warehouse Relocation

L’Oreal Australia | Office Staff And Warehouse Relocation


Mcorp Consulting

Projects Deakin University Cotton On Body HydroChem Moores Legal Maddocks Melbourne Victoria Legal Aid Brimbank City Council Cotton On Kids DFP Recruitment OPP Melbourne FM Global Lander & Rogers SMCT Victoria Police Maurice Blackburn AGL Connect Now CenITex AGL Pellicano Builders L'Oreal Australia Department of Environment VCGLR Dandenong Commercial Site Relocation  Warehouse and office staff relocation from Dandenong to new purpose built facility in Dandenong South. Mcorp were engaged to complete the following services: Relocation Read more about L’Oreal Australia…

On behalf of L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand: L’Oréal For Women In Science awards three $25,000 fellowships

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Blood Cancers; kidney disease; quantum dots Official Ceremony at Comme, 7 Alfred Place, Melbourne at 6:00pm, Tuesday 21st August 2012 Fellowships presented by L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand Managing Director, Mr. Johan Berg Guest Speaker: 2012 ...

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Nocookies


The Australian

You have cookies turned off To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below. Facebook App: Open links in External Bro…

A 3D printed rocket engine – made in Melbourne

by Niall @ Science In Public

Monash engineers have designed, printed, and test-fired a rocket engine. Media call 9.30 am, Monday 11 September, Woodside Innovation Centre, New Horizons Building, 20 Research Way, Monash University, Clayton HD footage of static rocket testing and metal printers at work Media contact: Niall Byrne, 0417-131-977, niall@scienceinpublic.com.au The new rocket engine is a unique aerospike design […]

World's richest woman, L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, dies aged 94

World's richest woman, L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, dies aged 94


ABC News

Liliane Bettencourt, the wealthiest woman in the world thanks to her L'Oreal inheritance, dies aged 94.

Customer service is a feeling not an action

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

When a caller comes through it goes without saying that they can’t see our face, they can’t read our expressions and they can’t monitor our body language. They have only our tone to go off, our inflection and perhaps most importantly, the words of our carefully crafted scripts. Our agents might know those scripts off […]

Five international Laureates recognised; two weeks to apply for ANZ Fellowships

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Posted on behalf of Samantha Hass (Head of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand) L’Oréal’s global For Women in Science program is in full swing for 2014. In Australia and New Zealand we’re in the final stages of applications for our three $AU25,000 Fellowships. Please encourage your best early career researchers to […]

The ‘Madhouse Effect’; evil weevils; the funniest physicist; the language of plants; dingo puppies; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Wednesday 16 August Highlights from day five of National Science Week: 476 events and exhibitions, 22 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Canberra (10am, Parliament House) Send kids through the STARportal towards […]

Change of guard at L'Oreal as top marketer Mark O'Keefe departs - Mumbrella

Change of guard at L'Oreal as top marketer Mark O'Keefe departs - Mumbrella


Mumbrella

The top marketer at L'Oreal has exited after a 20-year tenure with the company. Mark O'Keefe, who was general manager of L'Oreal Australia's consumer produ

L’Oreal Fellowship winner seeks to improve blood cancer treatments

by Science in Public @ Women in Science – Science In Public

First posted by the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute A desire to improve the survival of people with blood cancers and reduce the side-effects of their anti-cancer treatments has seen Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researcher Dr Kylie Mason today win o...

New treatments for blood cancers

by Science in Public @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Dr Kylie Mason Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research/Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia Dr Kylie Mason has set herself the goal of developing new ways of treating diseases that are considered incurable. Working as a clinician ...

The botany of booze; drones on the farm; wildlife forensics; plastic oceans; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Thursday 17 August 2017 Highlights from day six of National Science Week 448 events and exhibitions, 22 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Sydney Wildlife forensics: meet the scientist using genetics to […]

What can ruin the Customer Experience?

by Ahna Webb Purcell @ Telnet

It doesn’t take much to ruin a great experience. Let’s look at a few things that can take a good experience and turn it into a bad one.   Saying you can’t help When you’re in a department store and so desperately need help, or when you’ve been on hold for what seems like a […]

Keeping the lights on; Mayan astronomy; Whisky Academy; bull science; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Friday 18 August Highlights from day seven of National Science Week: 446 events and exhibitions, 23 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Melbourne Can science make the world’s most liveable city even […]

Vic cancer researcher wins science award

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

2012 Fellow Kylie Mason in the Herald Sun.

Ageism “as bad as racism”

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

Andy Briggs, the UK government’s new adviser on older workers, told The Times this week that 27% of men of UK men aged 65 to 70 are in paid employment, compared to 15% in 2006. The figure for women is 18% and rising, and one in ten people aged over 70 are still working. And employers have an unconscious age bias.  Read more

BIG W | Australia's Lowest Prices Everyday

BIG W | Australia's Lowest Prices Everyday


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Eight Handy Tips for Moving Offices

by MCorp-SiteAdmin @ Mcorp Consulting

If you’re considering an office move, there are some things you need to prepare. We’ve put together a few key points to help you, including the importance of selecting a reputable commercial movers to make the process as easy as possible. Moving offices takes time and organisation but with this handy checklist, you can be sure you’re ready when the time comes. 1. Choose your new premises: Don’t rush this. It’s an important decision and Read more about Eight Handy Tips for Moving Offices[…]

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Project Relocation for SMCT

by MCorp-SiteAdmin @ Mcorp Consulting

In December 2015 Mcorp were proud to be appointed by Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (SMCT) to project manage the relocation of the Bunurong Memorial Park. This project allowed the SMCT to move to bigger premises with a wider range of facilities including reflection spaces, function rooms, a café, and a Greek Orthodox Church. Managing eight cemeteries, SMCT is one of the area’s largest providers of funeral services and cemetery arrangements. Our staff at Mcorp worked Read more about Project Relocation for SMCT[…]

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Science communicator role: Short term, immediate start

by Niall @ Science In Public

We’re looking for a science communicator to join our team at Science in Public for 3 to 6 months with an immediate start. We need someone who is organised, loves science and wants to help scientists get their work into the public space. Ideally you’ve got a couple of years professional work experience and can […]

Business Moves Made Easy

by MCorp-SiteAdmin @ Mcorp Consulting

Does the idea of moving dredge up memories of sore backs and broken furniture? Well I’m happy to tell you there is a better way and it’s more affordable that you might think! When thinking about business moves you have to consider how much you value your time and the time of your staff and clients. How much would a midweek 3 day outage to move really cost your company. If you do the sums Read more about Business Moves Made Easy[…]

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3D printed rocket engine – backgrounder and links

by Niall @ Science In Public

Backgrounder: the printed Aerospike Rocket Engine   Quick facts A joint Monash University/Amaero team of engineers successfully designed, built, and tested a rocket engine in just four months The engine is a complex multi-chamber aerospike design Additively manufactured with selective laser melting on an EOS M280 Built from Hasteloy X; a high strength nickel based […]

How to say no while still saying yes

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

When  a customer calls us it’s because they need something. They want to reset a password, pay an account or just ask a question. So in this case the old adage “the customer is always right”  doesn’t quite fit. If they really were always right and knew everything they could do these things themselves without […]

Quality Assurance, here to help, not hinder.

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

Have you ever called a call centre only to be greeted by a recording informing you that your call will be recorded for training purposes? The first time I heard this I was taken aback. My first thought was that the recording would be played in some kind of classroom set up as an example […]

Lara Stone is the new face of L’Oreal Paris

Lara Stone is the new face of L’Oreal Paris


Vogue.com.au

The dutch model secures one of her biggest contracts.

Patience – An agent’s responsibility

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

Patience, not all callers have it. They want everything and they want you to give it to them right now or else your NPS score will be terrible.  The customer’s time is precious, we know this, but ours is too right? We have average call times to worry about, people waiting in queue and surveys […]

2013 fellows to be announced in August

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

The 2013 L’Oréal Australia and New Zealand For Women in Science fellows, chosen from over 230 nominations, will be announced at an award ceremony in Melbourne on Tuesday 27 August. Then on Wednesday 28 August, 300 female high school students will meet the fellows at the the Girls in Science forum. We’ll have profiles, photos, and HD [...]

The Alan Turing law

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

The collection of features and opinion articles, along with an accompanying podcast, acknowledged that in his tragically short life, Turing — whilst working on a machine that would crack Nazi codes and become the modern day computer — shaped many of the hottest fields in science today, including artificial intelligence, biological pattern formation, and computation in physics.  Read more

L’Oréal recognises three young scientists from Melbourne and Christchurch for their life-transforming work

by Science in Public @ Women in Science – Science In Public

The $25,000 L’Oréal Australia and New Zealand For Women in Science Fellowships for 2012 have been awarded to three remarkable young women scientists from Melbourne and Christchurch. It’s the first time the Fellowships have been open to New Zealand. Find below brief profiles on the 2012 Fellows. Below each is a link to their full […]

Another win for anti-cancer fighter

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

2012 Fellow Kylie Mason in The Age.

Join the challenge and see the results.

Join the challenge and see the results.


L'Oreal Revitalift 14 Day Challenge

Measure your progress against our specially designed wrinkle reader.

Beauty Products Recycling Program

Beauty Products Recycling Program


TerraCycle

L'Oréal Australia® and its brand Garnier® have teamed up with TerraCycle® to provide a second life for used personal care and beauty packaging through the free Beauty Products Recycling Program.There are two ways to collect used beauty products in this program. You can either drop off waste at your nearest public drop-off point, or you can sign up to the program and start collecting in your home, office, school or any other organisation. On this page you'll find more information on both options.

Women in science: news, events and an update on the 2012 L’Oréal Australia and NZ Fellows

by Tamzin @ Women in Science – Science In Public

Congratulations to the 2013 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Laureates; meet Fiona Stanley, Susan Greenfield and Marita Cheng and discuss their journeys in science; travel and recognition for the 2012 Australia and NZ Fellows; Nature says their publications don’t celebrate women in science enough; an Emmy for Immortal, a documentary about Elizabeth Blackburn.

The ‘Madhouse Effect’; evil weevils; the funniest physicist; the language of plants; dingo puppies; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Wednesday 16 August 2017 Highlights from day five of National Science Week 476 events and exhibitions, 22 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Canberra (10am, Parliament House) Send kids through the STARportal towards […]

Five ways science communication can help you

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

For the past four years I’ve been working in science communication (SciComm), and academia. I’m now mid-way through my PhD — I’m studying on Alzheimer’s disease and I know I would be finding research a lot tougher if I were not involved with science communication.  Read more

Australian Financial Review: L'Oreal, Flinders Ports lawyers push innovation - Lawcadia

Australian Financial Review: L'Oreal, Flinders Ports lawyers push innovation - Lawcadia


Lawcadia

Written by: Katie Walsh When L’Oreal’s lead lawyer in Australia Anna Lozynski worked at a top-tier firm a decade ago, a dictaphone-obsessed partner in a nearby office kept his Blackberry in the bottom drawer and thought emails were a “fad” that would disappear. Ms Lozynski is among a growing body of innovative general counsel pushing firms...

Telnet secures Contract with L’Oreal Australia

Telnet secures Contract with L’Oreal Australia


Telnet

Contact centre operator Telnet Services is pleased to announce it has signed a contract to provide contact centre services to beauty giant L’Oreal Australia. L’Oreal is the fourth client Telnet has…

When we celebrated White Sunday

by Ahna Webb Purcell @ Telnet

Being in a country that is so culturally diverse, it goes without saying that our ‘Telnet family’ is a very blended one. Being aware that White Sunday is something so widely celebrated within New Zealand, we are also aware that there are so many people who have no idea what it is.   We thought […]

The mystery of leaf size solved

by Toni @ Science In Public

Click here for high-res images. Background information below. And feature story by lead author Ian Wright for The Conversation here. A global team of researchers have cracked the mystery of leaf size. Their research was published today as a cover story in Science. Why is a banana leaf a million times bigger than a common heather leaf? […]

Colour-changing dragons to reveal their secrets

by Niall @ Women in Science – Science In Public

A zoological mystery that could change medicine and solar energy? An international research initiative led by the University of Melbourne’s Dr Devi Stuart-Fox will investigate how and why animals change colour — and what it costs them. It will also open the way for scientists to imitate lizards and develop new materials that respond to [...]

Is a robot after your Job?

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

How many people saw that video online about the robot that could hold a conversation with a human? She looked like a woman, had mannerisms, thought about her answers and even blinked. The video went viral and was even on 20/20 but obviously not enough people were paying attention to realise we need to destroy […]

Keeping the lights on; Mayan astronomy; Whisky Academy; bull science; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Friday 18 August 2017 Highlights for day seven of National Science Week 446 events and exhibitions, 23 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Melbourne Can science make the world’s most liveable city […]

Super Hornet simulators; sporty science; Robotronica; Aboriginal astronomy; Pokémon GO with real animals; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Sunday 20 August 2017 Highlights for the final day of National Science Week 142 events and exhibitions, 16 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Sydney Kick the physics out of a footy […]

Project Relocation for Cotton On Kids

by MCorp-SiteAdmin @ Mcorp Consulting

Mcorp were excited to be a part of the office relocation for the Cotton On Group last year. Mcorp were hired to facilitate the movement of Cotton On Kids which was a mammoth task. Even when it comes to a business move into a building specifically designed for the company, there are still difficulties and challenges which have to be overcome. However, thanks to great planning, a tight-knit team, and fantastic support from Cotton On Read more about Project Relocation for Cotton On Kids[…]

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Sister Companies – Not Twins

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

Do you ever go clothes shopping and the person in the store will just not leave you alone?  They want to show you every item in the store, help you try things on and pretend to be interested in your whole life story.  Then in the very next store the person behind the counter might […]

L’Oreal takes hard line as it bumps up spend

L’Oreal takes hard line as it bumps up spend


Financial Review

Harold Mitchell’s former powerhouse media agency has landed its first multimillion contract since he left the company with $300 million – but already the $40 million L’Oreal deal is causing a stir among media owners as Carat seeks advertising rate discounts upwards of 70 per cent.

Fellowship 2012 Hi-res images

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

For more information, visit our media resources page. Ceremony . Dr Suetonia Palmer, University of Otago, Christchurch, New Zealand   Dr Baohua Jia, Swinburne University of Technology Dr Kylie Mason, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research/Royal Melbourne Hospital

Finding a place to hang my lab coat

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

When now ex-Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot abolished the role of science minister in September 2013, members of Australia’s scientific community fastened our seat belts. This telling sign signalled the first of many cuts to science and innovation before the new government delivered their knock-out punch to the industry in the form of the 2014-15 budget.  Read more

NZ scientist wins grant to help patients on dialysis

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

2012 Fellow Suetonia Palmer in The New Zealand Herald.

Meet the Gorgeous Blogger Who Is the New Face of L'Oréal Paris

Meet the Gorgeous Blogger Who Is the New Face of L'Oréal Paris


POPSUGAR Beauty Australia

Last December I had the epic experience of traveling from NYC to London aboard the official Angel plane for the 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. The call

This week at Science in Public

by Operations @ Science In Public

Microbial mass movements: the millions of species we ignore at our peril – paper in Science. Scientist available for interview, plus release, backgrounder and images A 3D printed rocket engine – made in Melbourne plus background and video links Media & communication training in Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. Find the story in your science that works for […]

Media resources for the 2012 Fellowships

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

The 2012 L’Oréal Australia & New Zealand For Women in Science Fellowships were announced Tuesday 21 August at 6:30pm at the award ceremony in Melbourne. Then on Wednesday 22 August, 300 female high school students headed to the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for the Girls in Science forum. Find below a list of links to profiles, images, videos and other resources.

Away from home: Where animals and reagents abound

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

Every Wednesday, our ‘Away from home’ blog series features one Indian postdoc working in a foreign lab recounting his/her experience of working there, the triumphs and challenges, the culture factor, tips for Indian postdocs headed abroad and what he/she misses most about India.  Read more

What are the benefits of reproducibility in science?

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

On June 6, 2012, I skipped class to watch the transit of Venus. I was studying in Adelaide, Australia, where the transit lasted from early morning until mid-afternoon and we had a wonderfully sunny day to view it. If I had known a bit more about the history of the transit, I may have been more thankful for that.  Read more

How scripting can go wrong

by Ahna Webb Purcell @ Telnet

Scripts are an easy and common way to remember everything and to ensure that the right process is being followed.   But what are the issues that arise when creating and using scripts?   They’re too long When a Sales person calls or when you call to complain about something, you can tell when something is […]

L'Oreal Australia | Chinese Digital Marketing | Think China

L'Oreal Australia | Chinese Digital Marketing | Think China


Australia

Think China established presences for a number of L'Oreal luxury brands on Chinese social media platforms WeChat and Weibo in Australia. These channels provide consumers with product information and guide them to visit selected retail counters to experience the products.

Wine science; pulse checks for politicians; microplastics; a kids coding hackathon; and more

by Operations @ Science In Public

Highlights from day four of National Science Week: 454 events and exhibitions, 21 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent. National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities. Sydney Unlikely heroes: Could worms halt Multiple Sclerosis? Could honey fight superbugs? Darwin […]

Winners of the 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

The winners of the 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships are studying sharks, future memories, heavy stars, and climate change. The Australian Fellows are: A hot future for sharks: marine biologist Jodie Rummer, Townsville, swims with sharks for her research How we imagine the future: cognitive neuroscientist Muireann Irish, Sydney […]

Human Genome 2.0: ENCODE project debunks ‘junk’ DNA

by Operations @ Women in Science – Science In Public

2009 Fellow Marnie Blewitt in The Conversation.

Why don’t scientists always share their data?

by Jack Leeming @ Naturejobs Blog

Publishing Better Science through Better Data writing competition winner Emma Vander Ende.  Read more

Are you killing your own industry?

by jaz.wellington @ Telnet

Who remembers video stores? How about going to Sounds to buy a CD? When you think about it, these times weren’t really very long ago, but when you take a look at VHS’s or CD’s along the technology timeline, it may as well have been in another century. Some people say contact centres are going […]

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Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick, Pink Truffle
$7.99
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics Infallible Pro-Matte Lip Gloss Set
$13.99
L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Original Mascara, Black Brown, 0.28 Fluid Ounce
$7.95
L'Oréal Paris Visible Lift Serum Absolute Foundation, Buff Beige, 1 fl. oz.
$14.95
L'Oreal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Golden Balm, 1.7 fl. oz.(Packaging May Vary)
$19.99
L'Oreal Paris Age Perfect Facial Night Cream
$17.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation, Creamy Natural, 1 fl. oz.
$10.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Never Fail Eyeliner, Black, 0.008 oz.
$8.95
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics True Match Lumi Glotion Natural Glow Enhancer, Medium, 1.35 Fluid Ounce
$11.99
L'Oreal Magic Lumi Primer, Full Size, 0.68 Ounce
$12.95
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Radiant Smoothing Cream Cleanser, 5 fl. oz.
$6.42
L'Oréal Paris Magic Skin Beautifier BB Cream, Light, 1 fl. oz.
$10.95
L'Oreal Paris Skin Care Pure Clay Cleanser, Detox & Brighten, 4.4 Fluid Oun
$5.99
L'Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Pencil, Blonde, 0.003 oz.
$7.99
L'Oréal Paris True Match Loose Powder Mineral Foundation, Nude Beige, 0.35 oz.
$11.24
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Face & Neck Cream, 1.7 fl. oz.
$9.88
L'Oréal Paris Infallible 24HR Shadow, Amber Rush, 0.12 oz.
$7.95
L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Eye La Palette Eye Shadow, Nude, 0.62 oz.
$19.99
L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Matte Lipcolour, Matte-Itude, 0.13 oz.
$5.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Blend Artist Foundation Blender
$7.99
Loreal Professionnel Serie Expert Vitamino Color A-OX Shampoo, 16.9 Fluid Ounce
$16.83
L'Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Healthy Luminous Makeup, N1-2 Soft Ivory/Classic Ivory, 1 fl. oz.
$12.95
L'Oréal Paris Superior Preference Permanent Hair Color, 4 Dark Brown
$9.99
L'Oréal Paris Double Extend Beauty Tubes Lengthening Mascara, Black, 0.33 fl. oz.
$10.95
L'Oreal Paris Hair Color Root Cover Up Hair Dye, Dark Blonde, 2 Ounce (Pack of 2) (Packaging May Vary)
$19.98
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Total Cover Foundation, Classic Ivory, 1 fl. oz.
$10.99
L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition SPF 30 Facial Oil, 1 fl. oz.
$17.99
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Primer Mascara, Primer, 0.24 fl. oz.
$5.99
L'oreal Professional Series Expert Absolute Repair Lipidium Shampoo for Unisex, 16.9 Ounce
$16.80
Loreal Absolut Repair Lipidium Reconstructor Intensive Treatment Instant 3 Vials
$19.95
L'Oreal Paris True Match Super-Blendable Compact Makeup, Classic Ivory, 0.3 oz.
$12.95
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Concentrated Serum Treatment, 1 fl. oz.
$24.99
L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Matte Lipcolour, Matte-Traction Red, 0.13 oz.
$8.99
L'Oreal Paris Go 360 Clean, Deep Cleansing Exfoliating Facial Scrub, 6.0 Ounce
$4.99
L'Oreal Professionnel Paris Vitamino Color Shampoo 8.45oz & Conditioner 5oz
$29.98
L'Oréal Paris Couleur Experte Hair Color + Hair Highlights, Light Golden Copper - Brown Ginger Twist
$14.99
L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Balm, 819 Caramel Comfort, 0.1 oz.
$7.95
L'Oréal Paris Excellence Créme Permanent Hair Color, 4 Dark Brown
$8.99
L'Oréal Paris Men's Expert VitaLift Anti-Wrinkle & Firming Moisturizer, 1.6 fl. oz.
$10.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Powder, True Beige, 0.31 oz.
$12.99
L'Oreal Paris Collagen Moisture Filler Facial Day Lotion SPF 15, All Skin Types
$16.74
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Bright Reveal SPF 30 Moisturizer, 1 fl. oz.
$17.99
Loreal Revitalift Eye Cream 0.5 Ounce (14ml)
$12.43
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics True Match Lumi Glow Amour Boosting Drops, Golden Hour, 0.47 Fluid Ounce
$11.99
L'Oreal Professional Serie Expert Absolut Repair Lipidium Masque, 16.89 Ounce
$44.00
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Bright Reveal Dual Overnight Moisturizer, 1 fl. oz.
$17.99
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Smoldering Eyeliner, Black, 0.087 oz. (Packaging May Vary)
$8.95
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Bright Reveal Peel Pads, 30 count
$17.99
L'Oréal Paris Magic BB Cream Anti-Redness, 1 fl. oz.
$10.99
L'Oreal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care, Normal/Oily Skin, 3.04 fl. oz.
$13.99
L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra Nutrition Advanced Skin Repair Daily Serum, 1 oz.
$19.99
L'Oréal Paris Hydra-Renewal Continuous Moisture Cream, 1.7 fl. oz.
$7.99
L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Anti Wrinkle + Firming Night Cream, 1.7 oz.
$17.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Liquid Lipstick, Nudist, 0.21 fl. oz.
$7.99
L'Oréal Paris Hair Expert Extraordinary Transforming Oil-in-Cream, 5.1 fl. oz. (Packaging May Vary)
$6.99
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics True Match Lumi Glow Nude Highlighter Palette, Sun-Kissed, 0.26 Ounce
$11.99
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Butterfly Lengthening Washable Mascara, Blackest Black, 0.22 fl. oz.
$8.99
L'Oreal Professional Serie Expert Absolute Repair Lipidium Conditioner, 25.36 Fl Oz
$22.10
L'Oréal Paris EverSleek Sulfate Free Keratin Caring Conditioner, 8.5 fl. oz.
$6.99
L'Oréal Paris EverPure Sulfate Free Volume Shampoo, 8.5 fl. oz.
$6.99
L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Intensive Anti-Aging Day Moisturizer, 1.7 oz. (Packaging May Vary)
$24.99
L'oreal Paris Colour Riche Glossy Balm, 270 Petite Plum, 0.09 Ounce
$7.99
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Original Curved Brush Mascara, Black, 0.28 fl. oz.
$7.95
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara, Blackest Black, 0.34 fl. oz.
$8.95
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Original Carbon Black Waterproof Mascara, 0.23 fl. oz.
$7.95
L'Oréal Paris Root Rescue Hair Color, 7 Dark Blonde
$6.99
L'Oréal Paris Go 360° Clean Cleanser Sensitive Skin, 6 fl. oz.
$4.99
L'Oreal Paris Visible Lift Smooth Makeup, Absolute Buff Beige, 0.85 Fluid Ounce
$15.95
L'Oreal Paris Age Perfect Cell Renewal Facial Day Cream SPF 15
$24.99
L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Cell Renewal Golden Serum Treatment, 1 fl. oz.
$24.99
L'Oréal Paris Ideal Clean Makeup Removing Towlettes, 25 ct.
$4.99
L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Undone Style Cream, 5.1 fl. oz.
$4.99
L'Oréal Paris Touch on Highlights Customizable Highlights, H50 Toasted Almond
$12.99
L'Oreal Paris EverPure Sulfate-Free Color Care System Moisture, DUO set Shampoo + Conditioner
$16.95
L'Oreal Paris Hair Expertise OleoTherapy All Perfecting Oil Essence, 3.4 Fluid Ounce
$12.99
L'Oreal Paris RevitaLift Double Lifting Face Treatment
$13.97
L'Oreal Paris True Match Blush, Tender Rose, 0.21 Ounces
$10.95
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics True Match Lumi Shimmerista Highlighting Powder, Moonlight, 0.28 Ounce
$11.99
L'Oréal Paris Voluminous Superstar Washable Mascara, Black, 0.41 fl. oz.
$9.99
L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle SLEEK IT Iron Straight Heatspray, 5.7 fl. oz.
$5.12
L'Oreal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power Eye Treatment, 0.5 Fluid Ounce
$24.99
L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics Infallible Pro Glow Concealer, Natural Beige, 0.21 Fluid Ounce
$8.99
L'Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Cushion Foundation, N2 Classic Ivory, 0.51 oz.
$14.99
L'Oreal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Facial Day/Night Cream 1.7 FL OZ
$13.99
L'Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Brow Plumper, Medium to Dark, 0.27 fl. oz.
$8.99
L'Oréal Paris Infallible PAINTS/LIPS Metallic, Moon Lust, 0.27 fl. oz.
$7.99
L'Oréal Paris Feria Permanent Hair Color, 36 Chocolate Cherry (Deep Burgundy Brown)
$9.99
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