If you answered yes to either of these questions, then come along to our postgraduate information evening on Thursday 23 October.
Budding wine makers should come along to our ‘Make wine more than a weekend passion‘ session 6.30pm – 7pm – Make sure you register though!
If you are interested in sustainable agriculture or food production for […]
How cutting-edge research is revealing new ore deposits and the forces that create them.
Presented by: Prof Nigel Cook
When: Tues 12th July, 5.30-6.30pm
Where: North Terrace Campus, Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre
To find out more go to the University of Adelaide – Research Tuesdays’ website or click below to register.
FREE Public Workshop Series
Young Scientists of Australia (YSA), presents a personal development workshop series with a science based focus. Delve deep into the culmination of science with media, inter-activity and the arts.
Attendance is free but please register at: http://ysaadelaide.eventbrite.com/
Media-ocrisy –Friday July 8th 4pm
University of Adelaide, Rennie Lecture Theatre
Paul Willis – Join the enigmatic director […]
The Inaugural Innovation in Food Lecture
Date/Time: Monday 6th September, 4pm
Location: Plant Research Centre Auditorium, Waite Campus
School of Agriculture, Food & Wine Named Lecture Series: Innovation in Food Lecture 2010
Speaker: Professor Jennie Brand-Miller, University of Sydney
Are ‘refined’ carbohydrates worse than saturated fat?
The take home message from health authorities for the past three […]
Professor Dieter Söll from Yale University will be guest speaker at the 3rd Bob Symons lecture, ‘The evolution of the genetic code: a work in progress‘:
At the time of its elucidation the genetic code was suggested to be universal in all organisms, and the result of a ‘frozen accident’ unable to evolve further even […]
The ASELL Science Workshop was held on the 6th-9th of April 2010 at the University of Adelaide. It involved the disciplines biology, chemistry and physics. Universities were invited to send 2-person teams (one academic and one student). Thes workshop included a mixture of discussions and laboratory-based activities. Each team showcased one experiment from its home […]
POGIL stands for ‘Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning’ and is as an alternative instructional approach for university instruction. While the focus will be on science instruction, the conceptual framework is applicable to all discipline areas.
Listen to this interview by Alan Carrington to find out more about POGIL.