As part of the University of Adelaide’s Research Tuesdays Seminar Series, Environment Institute member Professor Martin Kennedy presents The Carbon Key, a seminar on the relationship between carbon levels and the evolution and stability of complex life.
About the Speaker
Professor Martin Kennedy is the Director of the University of Adelaide’s Sprigg Geobiology Centre. He is a former recipient of the prestigious Rubey Fellowship in Geochemistry at the University of California Los Angeles, and a past member of the US National Academy of Sciences Committee on the Importance of Deep Time Climate Research.
When: Tuesday 9 April 2013
Where: Horace Lamb Building, North Terrace Campus, the University of Adelaide
Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm
To register visit the Research Tuesdays Registration page.
For more information visit The Carbon Key page.