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Bat Information Evening

South

21 March 2013

UTAS PhD student Lisa Cawthen (and bat expert!) will be giving a short talk on Tasmanian bats with a focus on bat rescue and care, followed by a short night walk around the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Tree breeding in Australia and China, comparisons and contrasts

South

20 March 2013

Dr Dean Williams will present a short talk entitled ‘Tree breeding in Australia and China, comparisons and contrasts’.  Forestry Tasmania has been breeding plantation eucalypts for over 30 years and shares that experience and expertise around…

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UTAS Careers Fair

South

18 March 2013 - 22 March 2013

UTAS is proud to announce the re-launch of their Careers Fair, with an exciting new format. During Careers Week 2013, UTAS will be hosting five days of career-related activities and events, with each day focusing…

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DID CURIOSITY KILL THE THYLACINE?

South

16 March 2013

We’re asking questions about thylacines, extinction, research, conservation, cloning and puppets, examining them all from the perspective of the arts and science. Zoology experts, educators, artists and noted scientists will ask how do we ensure…

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The Dream of the Thylacine

South

15 March 2013 - 24 March 2013

The Dream of the Thylacine is an ode to hope when reality may be elusive. Based on the beautiful, illustrated children’s storybook by Ron Brooks and Margaret Wild, Sydney’s Erth Visual & Physical Inc. bring…

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The Contribution of Chemistry in the Search for Extraterrestrial Habitable Environments

South

12 March 2013

The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Tasmanian Branch Presents this lecture by Professor Paulo de Souza. Water is the fundamental substance for life as we know it. In search for life beyond Earth, a number of…

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Science in the Pub: Emerging Technologies

South

7 March 2013

What are your fears and hopes about new directions in biotechnology and nanotechnology? Hobart is a hub of brilliant new research and here’s a chance to have a drink and a chat with some of…

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Ship's Log Blog

South

5 March 2013 - 31 March 2013

A group of Masters students from the University’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) are on a sea voyage from Sydney to Hobart aboard CSIRO’s RV Southern Surveyor. They set sail yesterday. We have…

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Parks Week Event

South

3 March 2013

Parks Week is an annual celebration of the value of parks and reserves across Australia and New Zealand. It focuses on the range of health benefits and experiences such outdoor spaces can offer and how…

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Like Something Which I’ve Never Seen

South

1 March 2013 - 1 June 2013

A mixed media exhibition which explores the bizarre cultures of Tasmanian Tiger sightings in Tasmania.

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Sustaining food from the ocean: what do we know (Public Lecture)

South

28 February 2013

A public lecture to be present by one of the world’s most influential marine biologists and fisheries scientists Professor Ray Hilborn Professor, University of Washington   Seafood production is important to Tasmania’s economy and for…

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North Lyell Mine Disaster 1912 Exhibition

South

5 October 2012 - 23 February 2013

On 12 October 1912, forty-two men perished in the North Mount Lyell Mine in Queenstown. One hundred years later, it remains Tasmania’s worst mining disaster. The voices and experiences of the community are remembered in…

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