4 March 2021
Meet the winners of the inaugural SciPub Inspiring Women in STEM grant Find out about their research, what motivated these women to undertake a PhD in STEMM, and how they communicate their work with the…
3 March 2021
The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) provides access to Australia’s largest collection of biodiversity information via the provision of open infrastructure and tools. Many of the tools available help support citizen science activities, including resources…
3 March 2021
On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) proclaimed 3 March – the day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and…
2 March 2021
Original resin artworks by Dr Andrew Grosse and paintings by his daughter Taly Hamilton will be on display at the University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus. The resin works are of an experimental nature, utilising…
28 February 2021
Pyrogeographic thinking means changing the negative way we look at and talk about wildfire disasters to the more positive method of problem solving to achieve sustainable coexistence with fire. Hear from Professor David Bowman from…
25 February 2021
Flies, beetles, and wasps, oh my! Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the Australian National Insect Collection and see the world class facilities from the comfort of your home. Entomologist Juanita Rodriguez will…
14 February 2021
A scavenger hunt, guided tours, photo and drawing competitions for World Wetlands Day.
12 February 2021 - 14 February 2021
February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, join in and celebrate with a virtual 3-day festival featuring women in science, exploration and conservation from across the globe, brought right into your living rooms!
11 February 2021
Join Niamh Chapman from That’s What Call Science and Dr. Emily Flies from Science in the Pub to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Niamh and Emily will be hosting a…
4 February 2021
How maths informs ecology and evolution – #SciPubMaths This event will be held *in person* as well as live-streamed for folks to view from home. The in-person event will adhere to strict social distancing and…
2 February 2021
How Wild Things Are celebrates nature and the slow-food life on the rugged and sometimes wild island of Tasmania.
30 January 2021
A celebration of all things sunny and flowery is back with a bunch of experiences and workshops in a full day of sustainable gardening, nature and wellbeing. Featuring Tino Carnevale and Angus Stewart who will…