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The Larger Conversations: Whose Environment?

South

28 July 2013

THE LARGER CONVERSATIONS is a series of three forums chaired by the University of Tasmania’s Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Jeff Malpas. The forums explore the synergies between science and the humanities with a uniquely Tasmanian…

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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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The Antarctic Ice Sheet and its role in present-day sea-level change

South

26 July 2013

A presentation by Professor Matt King as part of the Friday Forum Series at the UTAS School of Geography & Environemental Studies. FREE EVENT. ALL WELCOME. Friday Forum is traditionally followed by wine and cheese.…

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Cross-Pollinate Sustainable Agriculture Conference

North West

22 July 2013

Environment Tasmania and Sprout Tasmania are proud to announce the line up for “Cross Pollinate 2013”, Tasmania’s Sustainable Agriculture Conference. With more than 25 speakers, the conference will create a space for conversations about the…

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The Larger Conversations: Whose Place?

South

21 July 2013

THE LARGER CONVERSATIONS is a series of three forums chaired by the University of Tasmania’s Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Jeff Malpas. The forums explore the synergies between science and the humanities with a uniquely Tasmanian…

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Science in the Kitchen Garden Workshop Series – Tasmanian insects: pests or guests?

South

20 July 2013

Led by celebrated environmental scientist Elizabeth Daley, this workshop will teach you to identify insects likely to establish in Tasmanian food gardens. Explore environmental modifications for successful growing including attracting populations of predators at the desirable…

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Science in Society Forum: Australia's science research excellence

South

17 July 2013

Is Australia really any good at science? Come along and hear examples of Australia’s science research excellence from two of Australia’s Chief Scientists and Tasmania’s own Professor Margaret Britz from the University of Tasmania. You…

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Science and the Future of Australia

South

16 July 2013

Every generation faces challenges and ours is no exception. Science has the power to address many of these, providing our research is properly aligned, focused and of an appropriate scale. In this address, Australia’s Chief…

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The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) Research Showcase

South

16 July 2013 - 17 July 2013

Come along and hear about IMAS’ latest work The Executive Director of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Professor Mike Coffin, invites you to this inaugural event which will showcase the breadth and depth…

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Future proofing the food supply Session Two "Food from the sea: the changing marine environment"

South

16 July 2013

The second session in the Royal Society of Tasmania’s Winter Lecture Series 2013 will be chaired by UTAS Chancellor Michael Field and include three presentations. Sustainable marine fisheries  by Professor Colin Buxton, Director – Fisheries, Aquaculture and Coasts…

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Ecology, society, wooden ships and a sustainable future

South

12 July 2013

A presentation by Dr John Young as part of the Friday Forum Series at the UTAS School of Geography & Environemental Studies. FREE EVENT. ALL WELCOME. Friday Forum is traditionally followed by wine and cheese. Recent changes…

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Students of Sustainability Conference 2013

North

5 July 2013 - 9 July 2013

SoS, which stands for Students of Sustainability, is a five day camping conference for anyone interested in creating a more ecologically & socially sustainable world. SoS is the primary national environmental conference for students. Each year…

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