Past events

Find information about past ANU Science events.

09
Apr
2016

The Historian and the Astronomer »

Mount Stromlo has a captivating history and more than a century of astronomical excellence.
09
Apr
2016

Close the Gap conference »

The ANU Rural Medical Society is proud to present the 2016 Close the Gap Conference. The conference involves two days of inspirational speakers, challenging workshops, and the opportunity to network with other students and community groups interested in Indigenous Health.
08
Apr
2016

Lindsay Pryor Walk guided tour »

Celebrate the reinvigoration of the Lindsay Pryor Walk by joining a guided tour with the Research School of Biology’s Dr Matthew Brookhouse and the ANU Arborist Melinda Walker.
08
Apr
2016

High-throughput screening as a discovery-based research tool for investigating human diseases »

This special seminar by the Department of Cancer Biology and Therapeutics will be presenting the following two speakers...
07
Apr
2016

Australia’s climate extremes: climate change or complete hogwash? »

In recent years, Australia has experienced record drought, flooding, bushfires and heatwaves. Recent extremes triggered controversy about whether these events are linked to climate change.
06
Apr
2016

Unlocking the secrets within using light—from wine to embryos »

Hosted by the Australian Academy of Science
21
Mar
2016

How robust is species detection using environmental DNA? »

Answers to some of the most important questions in wildlife science, conservation and management require reliable data on species’ presence, abundance, and distribution.
17
Mar
2016

Deformations of the Earth »

The study of the dynamics of the Earth is complex. Its interior is obscured and we are faced with an inverse problem in which, from observations taken on the surface inferences are drawn about the deeper structure and the processes that have led to this structure, using all physical and chemical tools available.
15
Mar
2016

Science Careers Fair »

Employers want you! With an ever-increasing demand for a science trained workforce, you may just meet your future employer.

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