Events: Research seminar

Earth Sciences Seminars - 2020

A summary of seminars and events hosted by the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Adelaide.

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Ecology and Evolution Series - Spring

Public lecture series on environmental diversity each Friday in September, October and November.

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Waite Research Institute Webinar Series

Seminars showcasing research excellence across the agriculture, food and wine sectors.

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Chemistry Seminars - 2020

A summary of seminars and events hosted by the Department of Chemistry at the University of Adelaide.

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Professorial Lecture Series: Carl Spandler - Earth Sciences

Unearthing rare earths: Why mining critical metals is vital to our future, and why Australia is well placed to profit.

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Ecology and Evolution Series - Winter

Public lecture series throughout June, July and August.

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Ecology and Evolution Series - Autumn

Free weekly science seminars consisting of punchy presentations by students and experts on the theme 'threatened species'.

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Ecology and Evolution Series - Summer #4

This event covers the topics of conserving orchids in a changing climate; and how conservation actions can alleviate the effect of climate change on marine biodiversity.

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Ecology and Evolution Summer Series - Summer #3

Explore the impact of our changing weather on wildfire behaviour and our natural environments.

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Research Tuesdays: Firing Debate

As the smoke finally clears from a horrific bushfire season, we ask: what can, and should, we do differently to strategically manage our bushfire risk in future, given our climate will only become more hostile?

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