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Conservation Science Technology group to speak at Pint of Science festival

Professor Andy Lowe, Associate Professor Lian Pin Koh and Associate Professor Phillip Cassey will be speaking at the Pint of Science festival about practical solutions to the biodiversity crisis. Professor Andy Lowe will be talking on illegal logging and timber tracking techniques. Associate Professor Lian Pin Koh will be discussing drone technology for conservation management. Associate […]

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From the Cambrian of Kangaroo Island to the Ordovician of Morocco

Dr Diego Garcia-Bellido recently presented at the April 2015 Sprigg Lecture Series, held at the South Australian Museum. In his lecture entitled ‘From the Cambrian of Kangaroo Island to the Ordovician of Morocco,’ Dr Garcia-Bellido explored the Cambrian (541–485 million years ago or ‘Ma’) and the Ordovician (485–458 Ma) periods, which saw the sudden appearance […]

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Goyder Institute Water Research Conference 2015

The Goyder Institute’s Water Research Conference was held at the University of Adelaide on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 February 2015. This event showcased South Australia’s water expertise across a range of disciplines and sectors. Four key research themes included: water for industry, water for the environment, climate change and urban water. Listen to Dr […]

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Dr Diego Garcia-Bellido to present at next Sprigg Lecture Series

Dr Diego Garcia-Bellido will present a lecture entitled, “From the Cambrian of Kangaroo Island to the Ordovician of Morocco,” at the next Sprigg Lecture Series at the South Australian Museum. Abstract: The Cambrian (541–485 million years ago or ‘Ma’) and the Ordovician (485–458 Ma) periods represent a crucial phase in the history of the Earth: they bring the […]

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Environment Institute researcher Bronwyn Gillanders to headline WOMAD Planet Talks

Professor of Marine Biology Bronwyn Gillanders will present at the WOMAD Planet Talks this weekend, to a theme entitled “Creating Hope For Our Oceans And Marine Environments.” When: 3pm, Monday 9th March, 2015 Where: Botanic Park, Adelaide Bookings: Organise tickets on the WOMADelaide website. See Bronwyn with fellow marine scientists, Sylvia Earle and Charlie Veron in […]

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Science in the Pub WOMAD Planet Talks collaboration – “Sustaining Life: can humans, wildlife and agriculture coexist?”

WOMAD Planet Talks and Science in the Pub Adelaide have teamed up to bring us a free pre-festival event – “Sustaining Life: can humans, wildlife and agriculture coexist?” When: Friday 6th February 2015, 6pm (arrive at 5:30 for free nibbles and a seat) Where: The Brunswick Hotel, 207 Gilbert Street, Adelaide Cost: Free, please register for […]

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Burning the midnight oil – conservation of orang-utans, tigers and elephants in Malaysia: public lecture by Melvin Gumal

The Environment Institute is proud to present a public lecture by Dr. Melvin Gumal. When: Monday 8th December 2014, 5:30-6:30pm Where: Napier G03, North Terrace Campus, Adelaide University Cost: Free, please register for this event. Download Flyer Over the past 20 years this veteran conservationist has been working with stakeholders at all levels of society to help protect […]

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Science in the Pub. The bees knees: The importance of pollinators and their recent decline

Professor Corey Bradshaw will be one of the panelists at the upcoming Science at the Pub events. When: Friday, December 5th, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (Arrive at 5:30pm for free nibbles and to ensure you get a seat!) Where: The Brunswick Hotel 207 Gilbert Street, Adelaide, SA 5000 More info: Science at the Pub webpage The topic: […]

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Seminar: A haystack from a needle: using biomarkers to understand ancient forest structure – Prof Katherine Freeman

The Sprigg Geobiology Centre is pleased to announce that Professor Katherine Freeman will give a seminar entitled “A haystack from a needle: using biomarkers to understand ancient forest structure” When: Friday December 5, 2014, at 12:10 Where: Mawson Lecture Theatre Professor Katherine Freeman is an elected member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, […]

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Environment Institute researcher to headline WOMAD Planet Talks

Professor of Marine Biology Bronwyn Gillanders will present at the WOMAD Planet Talks in March next year. Bronwyn will join other speakers Bob Brown, Andrew Denton and Vandana Shiva amongst others. Go to the WOMAD website for more information.

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