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Exploring citizen science in the context of disaster response and recovery

Statewide

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…

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Event

World Wildlife Day 2021

Statewide

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…

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Talk

Life in the Lab – Insect collection

Statewide

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…

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Book Launch

Australian Mineral Discoverers: Book Launch

Statewide

15 December 2020

The Royal Society of Tasmania is launching its latest book – “Australian Mineral Discoverers”. Mineral discoveries in the 1950 to 2000 period have been the backbone of wealth creation for all Australians and helped to…

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Talk

Contemporary Museum Architecture and Design: Enhancing & Inviting Communities

Statewide

11 December 2020

Panellists reflect on how architecture can expand inclusivity, engage communities and create sustainable futures.

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Talk

Circular Economy and Clean Energy to Achieve Sustainability Outcomes in Australia and India

Statewide

9 December 2020

Eminent experts from Australia and India will discuss the changes in materials management and energy provision that will underpin prosperity in the future and highlight technical opportunities, business models and market needs.

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Event

Renovating and Retrofitting for Sustainability

Statewide

3 December 2020

Although the 2020 Australian Energy Rating Conference has been delayed the industry forges ahead… You are invited to the 5th Australian Energy Rating Webcast. A person’s home is their castle. Just like Darryl Kerrigan from…

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Webinar

Upskill and diversify with postgraduate engineering

Statewide

30 November 2020

Are you currently working in the maritime industry and looking to upgrade or diversify your skills and career opportunities? Join experts from the Australian Maritime College and find out about our postgraduate maritime engineering programs…

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Conference

Aboriginal STEM Summer School

Statewide

19 November 2020

Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Technology and Science (ASSETS) virtual event Join host, Seth Westhead (ASSETS Mentor and Health Researcher), to hear from ASSETS alumni, parents, teachers, program partners, STEM professionals and others about…

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Lecture

Battery Technologies for Space Missions

Statewide

11 November 2020

Batteries have been playing a crucial role, either by enhancing or even enabling many of NASA’s space missions. Dr. Ratnakumar Bugga, Principal Technologist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology will discuss the history…

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Talk

Antarctic krill – their diet, and response to high CO2

Statewide

8 November 2020

Many of us know what animals eat krill, but what do krill eat and what makes them so nutritious? And how is ocean acidification, caused by climate change, affecting these vital creatures?

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Talk

Understanding the evolution of Australia’s biodiversity

Statewide

4 November 2020

To celebrate 10 years of sharing Australia’s unique biota, join the Atlas of Living Australia for three talks from leading scientists in evolutionary and taxonomic research. From spiders to orchids to reptiles, come along to…

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