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Royal Society: What Made Tasmania?

North

27 June 2021

The geology of Tasmania is very ancient, complex, highly mineralised and controversial, and most of the west was poorly understood, until in recent decades the mapping, dating and information compilation coordinated by the Tasmanian Geological…

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Volunteer @ The Hive, home of Ulverstone’s new Science Centre!

North West

26 June 2021

Do you have a passion for sharing knowledge? Do you like to help people or offer guidance? The new Hive building is under construction, but they’are already looking for people who would like to share…

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Talk

Climate Challenges and the path to Mitigation

South

23 June 2021

The scientific evidence for global warming is unequivocal. To avoid the widespread and dangerous impacts of climate change, strong action is required. Mitigation responses are critical to reduce the rate of warming in the global…

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Kids

Nature Play at Kingston Park

South

22 June 2021 - 20 July 2021

Kids will have fun playing, learning and exploring outdoors with nature based art, science and literacy activities for two- to four-year-olds.

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Cafe Lab – psychology of living well

North West

22 June 2021

We have all been affected by the pandemic in some way. We have been isolated and have had to cope with COVID restrictions and limitations on travel and work. Come along to the relaxed atmosphere…

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Volunteer @ The Hive, home of Ulverstone’s new Science Centre!

North West

16 June 2021

Do you have a passion for sharing knowledge? Do you like to help people or offer guidance? The new Hive building is under construction, but they’are already looking for people who would like to share…

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Webinar

Science Week Event Holders Info and Networking Session

Online

3 June 2021

Are you organising an event for National Science Week 2021 or do you want to organise one? Come along to the Inspiring Tasmania information Session where we will discuss promotional strategies, ticketing options, possible collaborations…

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Science in the Pub: from alveoli to spiracles

South

3 June 2021

SciPubBreath: from alveoli to spiracles Panellists Professor Graeme Zosky, Professor of Physiology, School of Medicine, UTAS Dr Glen Bain, Bird Ecologist, School of Natural Sciences, UTAS Shasta Henry, Invertebrate Ecologist, School of Natural Sciences, UTAS  …

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Beer Aquatic: Carbon vs. the Ocean

South

27 May 2021

Even with taking the necessary action to reduce our CO2 emissions, scientists now know that we can only achieve the Paris goal of limiting warming to 2C or less by also removing CO2 and storing…

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Sustainable or Seaspiracy? Are pop media claims about sustainable fishing accurate?

South

27 May 2021

The recent Netflix documentary ‘Seaspiracy’ has brought the negative impacts of the global fishing industry to broad public attention. However, fisheries scientists have questioned the accuracy of the film and its attacks on NGOs which…

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Conference

Education: It Takes a Spark conference

South

26 May 2021

The intent of the It Takes a Spark EDU Conference is to bring together Students (Year 4 to 10) and teachers with industry and universities using an authentic sharing and experiential model. Participants will connect with inspiring…

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Webinar

Sustainable Agriculture: An AgCatalyst virtual event

Online

26 May 2021

For agriculture to be truly sustainable it needs to be environmentally friendly, accessible and healthy for consumers, and profitable for industry, so it can continue to feed and clothe us today, tomorrow and always. But how can agriculture become sustainable?

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