BioLEAGUES Worldwide offers an opportunity by inviting the global attendees for the “Annual meeting on Neuroscience and Neurology” with the theme “Advancement and clinical research on Neurology” which is scheduled on October 24th & 25th 2019 at Melbourne, Australia. This conference brings together the Professor, Associate professor, Director, Department head, Scientist, Researchers, industrials and students on the same platform to share their knowledge in the field of Neuroscience and Neurology which lines the future of the field. Neuroscience deals with the scientific study of Central nervous system mechanism and nervous system such as structure, function and physiology. Neurology which is specialized area of medicine for neurological disorders and disease of nervous system starts from diagnosis and treatment. Neurologist and Neuroscientist can utilize the platform for Keynote presentation, oral talk, poster presentation and workshop. Neurology will help in diagnosis and treatment. BioLEAGUES successfully brings the conference in global grade. This conference will make the mark in networking for the industrialist and academics, where the Annual meeting on Neuroscience and Neurology would be covering major of the research topic like Neurology, Neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, clinical neurology, Neuropsychiatry, therapeutics , neurons, central nervous system, neurological disorders, neurochemistry, neurogenesis etc.. Conference would be leading to the better understanding of the field Neurology and Neuroscience. Current research and advancement make the better vision for researchers and scientist. For students, opportunity had been provided by organizing competition in the conference to encourage their research work and present their original research work. Bio league provides benefits for the student making possible to interact them with the worldwide researches and scientist. We provides recognition for the research scholars and student
Wandering the labyrinth of lanes and alleyways around Flinders, Collins, and Bourke Streets reveals elegant, interesting, and quirky Melbourne at its best. The jewel in the crown is the magnificent Block Arcade in Collins Street. With its mosaic floor, period details, and unique shops, this is the place where late 19th-century gentry promenaded, coining the phrase, "doing the block." It's worth lining up for a morning or afternoon tea at the Hopetoun Tearooms. This Melbourne icon dates back to 1892 and is the only original shop still in the arcade today. The opulent Royal Arcade is Melbourne's oldest arcade, and Flinders and Degraves Lanes are also well worth exploring. Several companies run guided walking tours of the lanes and alleyways.
When Federation Square opened in 2002 to commemorate 100 years of federation, it divided Melburnians. There were those who loved it and those who hated it. Either way, it has become an integral part of the city and a great place for tourists to start their sightseeing.
The oldest public art gallery in Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria holds more than 70,000 works of art in two city locations. The international collection is housed in the St. Kilda Road building, originally opened in 1968 and extensively renovated in 2003.
Located in the elegant Old Customs House, the Immigration Museum tells real stories of people from all over the world who now call Melbourne home. The permanent collection is interactive and engaging, and special exhibitions add to the museum's appeal.
Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia, so it's no surprise that a sports stadium numbers among the city's top tourist attractions. With a capacity of 100,000 and a history dating back to 1853, the MCG is considered one of the world's greatest stadiums. As the main stadium for the 1956 Olympic Games and 2006 Commonwealth Games, the birthplace of Test Cricket, and the home of Australian Rules Football, "the 'G" is woven into the fabric of Melbourne. Daily 75-minute tours take visitors for a trip down a memory lane of great moments in sporting history and incorporate the National Sports Museum, including the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum.