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Sustainable Careers in Science Film Launch

South

13 December 2022

Join the launch of Robert Alcock’s Science Week film ‘Sustainable Careers in Science: Exploring Huon Valley Businesses’. The film documents a tour of Huon Valley businesses exploring career paths with students in STEM and sustainability.…

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Talk

SciPubEarth

South

13 December 2022

Celebrate World Soil Day and International Mountain Day with SciPub Earth and see off 2022 with some great talks about the earth sciences.

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Event

Amazing Animals

South

10 December 2022

Do you have the strength of an ant? Can you jump as far as a flea? How can a spider walk on water? And much more. Animals are amazing creatures. They come in all shapes…

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Event

TIA Dairy Research Facility Field Day

North West

7 December 2022

TIA is hosting its first Field Day at the TIA Dairy Research Facility since the recent farm upgrades. Presentations and field walks will include: Beef production from the dairy herd Reducing methane emissions from livestock…

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Kids

Feed your mind, Feed the world

North

5 December 2022 - 7 December 2022

Feed your mind, Feed the world is a three-day camp for students wanting to learn about exciting career opportunities in agricultural science. The experience is free to attend and open to year 11 and 12…

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Event

Simple Machines

South

3 December 2022

Build catapults, explore gears and launch projectiles in this engaging session In this course, we explore simple machines. What is a simple machine? How does a pulley system work? Is the lever the best invention…

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Workshop

Create Nature Journal

South

3 December 2022

Join Cassey from Forest Organics in a 2 hour Nature & Art based workshop that explores our relationship with Nature, Art and Ourselves.

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Exhibit

Susan Lester: Birds of Tasmania

South

1 December 2022 - 12 December 2022

In 1987, artist Susan Lester was commissioned to paint 200 of Tasmania’s birds for a book to commemorate the Examiner newspaper’s 150th anniversary. She worked with ornithologist and Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery curator Dr Bob…

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Event

Space Science

South

26 November 2022

Launch into space and explore the planets, moons and stars In this session, we explore all things out of this world. We look at the planets in our own solar system. The effects of the…

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Festival

Spring Bay Squid Festival

South

25 November 2022 - 27 November 2022

Art, science, food & cabaret… together at last. With squid. Spring Bay Squid Festival is a three-day celebration of the ocean and its most intriguing inhabitant: the marvellous squid. With tentacles cast far and wide…

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Lecture

Are the Paris Climate Goals Still Attainable?

South

24 November 2022

Climate change is a global emergency that goes beyond national borders. To stop it, we require international cooperation and coordinated solutions at all levels. The 2015 Paris Agreement is the most successful example of this…

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Talk

Poles apart – how similar are the Arctic and Antarctic?

South

24 November 2022

The Arctic and Antarctic are both extreme environments (remote, cold, and hard to reach), but are they also extremely similar? For our last Beer Aquatic event of 2022, Professor Rolf Gradinger, a marine biologist from…

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