TAG: Associate Professor Phillip Cassey

e-Science. You need a hole in your head

Research undertaken by Associate Professor Phillip Cassey, Professor Roger Seymour, Dr Edward Snelling and Sophie Angove from the University of Adelaide was highlighted in the latest e-Science Magazine. It is not known how humans evolved to the state of being able to think and reason because brain metabolic rates have not been able to be measured in […]

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Pablo Garcia Diaz wins Student Prize

The Environment Institute congratulates PhD student, Pablo Garcia Diaz for winning the Student Prize for his presentation at the Statistics in Ecology and Environmental Monitoring (SEEM) 2015 conference in Queenstown, New Zealand recently. Pablo won over the judges with his 5-minute ‘speed talk’ presentation about his research into the preparedness of Australian border and post-border […]

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