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Science Expo

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18 October 2013

Students from UTas pre-degree program Bachelor of General Studies (Science pathway) will present Science research posters showcasing their individual research projects.  Students have developed and undertaken a research investigation as part of their studies.  Students…

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"Sharks and Surfing" (Marine Conservation Film Series 2013)

North

10 October 2013

Where else are you going to ge the chance to watch some edgy documentaries on the big screen that are going to challenge the way you think about the BIG BLUE? Right here at the…

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Gorgeous Walks and Talks- NIGHT STALK

North

5 October 2013

Celebrate the start of daylight savings by enjoying the last night of darkness to count the animals in the Catarct Gorge Reserve. Join us for a short walk around the basin and discover some of…

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"Living with the Sea" (Marine Conservation Film Series 2013)

North

26 September 2013

Where else are you going to ge the chance to watch some edgy documentaries on the big screen that are going to challenge the way you think about the BIG BLUE? Right here at the…

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Science Education in Tasmania – a teacher's perspective

North

22 September 2013

Jane Hall-Dadson, Advanced Skills Teacher Mathematics Learning Area at Launceston College, will present this lecture as part of the Royal Society of Tasmania Launceston Lecture Series. Good teaching requires a solid curriculum, engaging activities with relevance to…

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Bug Day Out!

North

22 September 2013

An insect club for children, teens, adults and seniors focusing on the amazing diversity of bees and wasps, ants, spiders, butterflies and moths, beetles and bugs. A rangew of activities and information sessions will be…

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Science Education in Tasmania

North

22 September 2013

A Royal Society of Tasmania presentation by Mrs Jane Hall-Dadson.

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Big question, Big facilities: the discovery of the origin of mass?

North

20 August 2013

Professor Elisabetta Barberio, from the University of Melbourne, presents the AIP Women in Physics Lecturer for 2013. The understanding of our universe, from the largest to the smallest, has progressed significantly in recent decades. Large,…

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Here Be Dragons: An Introduction to Critical Thinking

North

16 August 2013

Here Be Dragons is a free 40 minute video introduction to critical thinking. It is suitable for general audiences and is licensed for free distribution and public display. Most people fully accept paranormal and pseudoscientific claims…

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Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence

North

14 August 2013 - 17 August 2013

With a sea of information coming at us from all directions, how do we sift out the misinformation and bogus claims, and get to the truth? Our aim is to promote science to the broader community by offering…

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Pain, Pills and Ageing- Launceston

North

9 August 2013

2013 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture Professor Kim Rainsford, Emeritus Professor of Biomedical Sciences Sheffield Hallam University UK, will deliver the Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture this August: “Pain, Pills and Ageing.” The lecture will chaired byUniversity…

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The Promise of Personalised Medicine -hope or hype?

North

28 July 2013

A Royal Society of Tasmania presentation by Professor Don Chalmers.

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