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Big question, Big facilities: the discovery of the origin of mass?

South

21 August 2013

Professor Elisabetta Barberio, from the University of Melbourne, presents the AIP Women in Physics Lecturer for 2013. The understanding of our universe, from the largest to the smallest, has progressed significantly in recent decades. Large,…

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Clever Chemistry – Sustainable Industry for Tasmania

South

20 August 2013

Three innovative Tasmanian scientists will present the latest developments in sustainable industries that utilise unique Tasmanian resources and technologies. For more details, contact racitasbranch@gmail.com. This is a  free, catered event. Reserve you seat HERE.

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Big question, Big facilities: the discovery of the origin of mass?

North

20 August 2013

Professor Elisabetta Barberio, from the University of Melbourne, presents the AIP Women in Physics Lecturer for 2013. The understanding of our universe, from the largest to the smallest, has progressed significantly in recent decades. Large,…

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Here Be Dragons: An Introduction to Critical Thinking

North

16 August 2013

Here Be Dragons is a free 40 minute video introduction to critical thinking. It is suitable for general audiences and is licensed for free distribution and public display. Most people fully accept paranormal and pseudoscientific claims…

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Australian Antarctic Division Public Seminar: Airborne Electromagnetic induction soundings for sea ice thickness measurements

South

15 August 2013

The Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) hosts the Antarctic Seminar Series to provide an opportunity to showcase work undertaken through the Australian Antarctic program and related Antarctic activities. The general public are encouraged and welcome to…

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Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence

North

14 August 2013 - 17 August 2013

With a sea of information coming at us from all directions, how do we sift out the misinformation and bogus claims, and get to the truth? Our aim is to promote science to the broader community by offering…

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Eyes on Earth

North West

11 August 2013 - 20 December 2013

Far beyond the atmosphere of Earth, at orbits ranging from 290 to over 35,400 km (180 to over 22,000 miles) above sea level, circle the satellites of the Earth Observing System (EOS), NASA’s primary satellite…

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National Science Week 2013

North West

10 August 2013 - 18 August 2013

National Science Week is an annual celebration of science in Australia. Join in to enjoy and explore the wonders and benefits of science. To find out how you can get involved visit www.scienceweek.net.au.

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Pain, Pills and Ageing- Launceston

North

9 August 2013

2013 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture Professor Kim Rainsford, Emeritus Professor of Biomedical Sciences Sheffield Hallam University UK, will deliver the Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture this August: “Pain, Pills and Ageing.” The lecture will chaired byUniversity…

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Pain, Pills and Ageing- Hobart

South

8 August 2013

2013 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture Professor Kim Rainsford, Emeritus Professor of Biomedical Sciences Sheffield Hallam University UK, will deliver the Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture this August: “Pain, Pills and Ageing.” The lecture will chaired byUniversity…

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Behind the scenes at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG)

South

6 August 2013

A Royal Society of Tasmania presentation by Bill Bleathman.

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Australian Engineering Week 2013

Statewide

2 August 2013 - 11 August 2013

Australian Engineering Week (AEW) is fast approaching. This year the launch is to be held on Friday 2 August at the UTAS Launceston Campus at 12.30 pm. The launch will include an industry forum, with…

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