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Book Launch

My Forests Book Launch

South

17 June 2021

Witness the spectacular tree houses of the Korowai of West Papua. Visit tree sitter Miranda Gibson, whose 449-day protest against clearfelling in Tasmania’s Tyenna Valley led to a World Heritage listing. Science Week Tasmania will…

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Volunteer @ The Hive, home of Ulverstone’s new Science Centre!

North West

16 June 2021

Do you have a passion for sharing knowledge? Do you like to help people or offer guidance? The new Hive building is under construction, but they’are already looking for people who would like to share…

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Webinar

Science Week Event Holders Info and Networking Session

Online

3 June 2021

Are you organising an event for National Science Week 2021 or do you want to organise one? Come along to the Inspiring Tasmania information Session where we will discuss promotional strategies, ticketing options, possible collaborations…

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Science in the Pub: from alveoli to spiracles

South

3 June 2021

SciPubBreath: from alveoli to spiracles Panellists Professor Graeme Zosky, Professor of Physiology, School of Medicine, UTAS Dr Glen Bain, Bird Ecologist, School of Natural Sciences, UTAS Shasta Henry, Invertebrate Ecologist, School of Natural Sciences, UTAS  …

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Beer Aquatic: Carbon vs. the Ocean

South

27 May 2021

Even with taking the necessary action to reduce our CO2 emissions, scientists now know that we can only achieve the Paris goal of limiting warming to 2C or less by also removing CO2 and storing…

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Conference

Education: It Takes a Spark conference

South

26 May 2021

The intent of the It Takes a Spark EDU Conference is to bring together Students (Year 4 to 10) and teachers with industry and universities using an authentic sharing and experiential model. Participants will connect with inspiring…

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Webinar

Sustainable Agriculture: An AgCatalyst virtual event

Online

26 May 2021

For agriculture to be truly sustainable it needs to be environmentally friendly, accessible and healthy for consumers, and profitable for industry, so it can continue to feed and clothe us today, tomorrow and always. But how can agriculture become sustainable?

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Webinar

STEM Women Café conversations: mentoring

Online

24 May 2021 - 27 May 2021

Enjoy the Australian Academy of Science’s May series of Café meetups which will focus on the theme of mentoring, exploring ways we can both support others and be supported in our work. There are three…

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Talk

Royal Society: Impact of Plastics on Marine Wildlife

North

23 May 2021

Plastic has only been mass produced since approximately the 1950s, yet debris is now ubiquitous in aquatic and terrestrial environments, from the Arctic to the Antarctic and from the top of Mount Everest to the…

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Ecology of Culture Symposium

North

22 May 2021

Environment, culture and new museum practice. Participate in conversations about loss and longing within the spaces of a contemporary regional museum. This symposium will include a series of roundtable discussions, a guided walk along the…

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Talk

Royal Society: Engagement, diversity, and interdisciplinarity to tackle future challenges

South

7 May 2021

The future of the Earth and its global population holds significant challenges, particularly with respect to climate change mitigation and adaptation. Indeed, in 2020 we experienced a taste of many of the impacts to come.…

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Heart Week Panel Discussion: Women’s Heart Health

Online

7 May 2021

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australian women but it remains underdiagnosed and undertreated. Join That’s What I Call Science weekly host Dr. Niamh Chapman for a conversation with leading experts from…

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