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School Holiday Workshop: Electronics Experiments!

South

5 October 2022

Become a STEM experimenter! Create an ELECTROMAGNET, MOTOR, BUZZER with a SWITCH and more. Hands-on fun with circuits! Start your journey experimenting with electronics in this fun and easy to follow, hands-on workshop. Learn about…

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Workshop

Crop pests in the orchard workshop

South

4 October 2022

Spend a day learning what you need to detect new pest species in your production areas before they can become established and create problems. Developed for growers, crop monitors and agronomists. Workshop participants will also…

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Talk

Science matters: tracking salmon farming effects on our marine ecosystems

South

30 September 2022

Learn what the science says about the impacts of salmon farming. Associate Professor Jeff Ross is an ecologist and expert on the environmental impacts of salmon farming. He leads the Aquaculture Environmental Interactions program at…

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Talk

Artist floor talk with UTAS PhD candidate Suzanne Crowley

North

20 September 2022

Join Suzanne Crowley at QVMAG Inveresk in a conversation on her PhD examination exhibition – Entangling art with STEM. During the research process, Suzanne explored the shared history of science and art, the contribution of…

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Kids

‘Glowing Tassie’ with Lisa Gershwin: UCTV Alive for Kids

Online

19 September 2022

The Aurora Australis, or Southern Lights, is one of Tasmania’s most spectacular natural wonders. Tune in to watch Dr Lisa-ann Gershwin from the Glow Show Tasmania talk about how it happens, why it appears differently…

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Event

University of Tasmania Open Days

South

11 September 2022 - 25 September 2022

Hobart Open Day, Sept 11: With all courses on display, Hobart Open Day is your opportunity to talk to academics and students to get a feel for uni life. At our Sandy Bay Campus, there…

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Webinar

Worshipping the Devil

South

7 September 2022

On  National Threatened Species Day, Dr Ruth Pye, research veterinarian at Menzies, will be talking about the current state of the devil population, why it is important to save the species, and give an update…

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Talk

National Threatened Species Day: Orange-bellied Parrots

South

7 September 2022

Just a bit bigger than a Budgerigar, Orange-bellied Parrots (OBPs) are one of only a few migratory parrot species in the world. They breed at Melaleuca in south-west Tasmania during spring and summer and then…

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Lecture

Threatened Species Day Talk

Online

7 September 2022

Dr Ruth Pye is a research veterinarian with the Tasmanian devil immunology research group at Menzies Institute for Medical Research. Ruth will talk about why it matters that devils are endangered, the current state of…

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Exhibit

Flow

Statewide

5 September 2022 - 28 September 2022

Flow is a collaborative exhibition featuring Huon Valley and Launceston artists. The exhibition reflects and celebrates the connection each area has to its local waterways, river systems and coastal areas, and explores their significance. The exhibition…

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Lecture

Southern PhD Candidate Showcase

South

4 September 2022

Featuring Grace Martini (Human Geography), Brenda Mooney (Environmental Chemistry), and Mars Buttfield-Addison (Engineering and Data Science) Grace Martini is a PhD candidate and Research Assistant in Human Geography at the University of Tasmania, in Hobart,…

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Conference

Climate Change and Tasmanian Production Forests

South

29 August 2022

Climate change poses a considerable challenge to forest managers. This one-day symposium will provide an overview of key issues likely to be faced in Tasmanian production forests under a changing climate, as well as outlining…

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