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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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Atlantic Salmon: From egg to plate

North

24 February 2013

A lecture hosted by The Royal Society of Tasmania About the Speaker Kevin Chilman joined the navy as a Shipwright Apprentice and trained at a naval facility in Sydney. After serving 9 years in the…

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Maths Trail Launch

North

21 February 2013

Join us for the launch of a new Maths Trail series, followed by curatorial tours of our Museum exhibitions. The Maths Trails have been written by pre-service teachers whilst at UTAS and are ready to…

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Exhibition: The Hemisphere Travellers

North West

14 February 2013 - 4 April 2013

Birds are nature’s intrepid, wondrous global travellers, migrating on instinct from one hemisphere to the other on journeys that we don’t yet fully comprehend. These beautiful, exploring paintings by celebrated Tasmanian wildlife painter Katherine Cooper, celebrate…

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Australian Timber Design Workshop

4 February 2013 - 15 February 2013

Experience cutting-edge timber design and construction at the Australian Timber Design Workshop, a two-week learning by making event at the UTAS School of Architecture & Design.  Online lectures and learning resources outlining the design brief,…

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World Wetlands Day

2 February 2013

Celebrate World Wetlands Day at Tamar Island Wetlands Centre with the Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service. Robin Wingrave, a local wildlife artist and naturalist will be hosted at the centre for the first time ever…

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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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