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EVENT: Rewilding the oceans: combining marine biology & technology, public & policy

The Environment Institute is pleased to present an engaging panel discussion on rewilding our oceans for the University of Adelaide’s Ecoversity 2022 Sustainability Week. Hear from experts on how the future of rewilding rests on combining science with technology, public use with education and policy making. We hope to see you there! Background: Rewilding is becoming […]

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Climate Update 2019 in Adelaide

We are excited to announce the Environment Institute will be co-hosting the Climate Update 2019 with Australian National University Climate Change Institute (ANU). Date: Mon 4th March 2019 Time: 6:00pm–8:15pm Where: Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, The University of Adelaide, Lot 105, North Terrace Adelaide, SA 5000 Book: Eventbrite This event will present an overview of how our […]

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Strange bedfellows: Dating rules for research partnerships

What makes a research partnership work? How do I build such a relationship and why should I even bother? These questions and more are explored by Professor Bob Hill, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Adelaide and Sandy Carruthers, Director of Science, Monitoring and Knowledge. Professor Hill and Carruthers use […]

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