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Science and Engineering Challenge, NW heats, Tasmania

North West

8 April 2013 - 9 April 2013

Tasmanian Science and Engineering Challenge 2013 The Science and Engineering Challenge is an outreach program heading into its ninth year in Tasmania.  Students will engage in a number of fun and competitive activities  involving principles…

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High Tea and Tour of the CSIRO Tasmania

South

4 April 2013

Women in Engineering has organised an event for Science, Engineering and Technology professionals to facilitate networking with each other, and also students from these fields, over a cuppa and some cake. The afternoon will comprise…

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Bat Night

South

27 March 2013

Local bat expert Lisa Cawthen will talk about bats, their role in our forests and how you can help. The talk will be followed by an evening walk to discover what bats are in our…

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Miellerie Tour and Honey Tasting

South

25 March 2013

Join us on a tour of Miellerie, lead by aparist Yves Ginat, who produces a variety of award winning honeys based on the native flowers of Tasmania. Yves will discuss the basics of beekeeping and…

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Science Discovery Team

North

23 March 2013 - 7 December 2013

Hands on activities for children aged 5 to 13 which provide a better understanding of our animals, plants and geology. Each session focuses on a different group: 23 March- Reptiles & Amphibians 4 May- Mammals…

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DID CURIOSITY KILL THE THYLACINE?

North

23 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 Accelerating Universe with Nobel laureate Prof Brian Schmidt

South

23 March 2013

  Nobel laureate for Physics, Professor Brian Schmist presents “The Accelerating Universe”. In 1998 two teams traced back the expansion of the universe over billions of years and discovered that it was accelerating, a startling…

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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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