Wednesday, 28 August 2013

University of Tasmania Research Week

Contact: Nadia Ayliffe, Division of Research, University of Tasmania
P: 6226 7135 E: Nadia.Ayliffe@utas.edu.au W: www.utas.edu.au/research/researchweek

Location: Hobart, Launceston and Cradle Coast.
Dates of Events: Monday 2-Friday 6 September 2013          RSVP to specific sessions

Intended Audience: Government, Business, Industry and Community

The University of Tasmania's Research Week is a week of seminars, workshops and events that showcase our research activity to our greater community and stakeholders.

Held concurrently across all Tasmanian campuses from Monday 2nd September - Friday 6th September 2013, the program features numerous sessions that will appeal from science engagement to business innovation, from bees to botox and oral health reform to worm farms, come along to one of our free Research Week sessions and see why the University of Tasmanian ranks in the world's top 2% of universities.

Sessions in HOBART include:
  • "Bees, Babies, Bioterrorism and Botox- Clostridium Botilinum Contamination of Milk Powder"
  • "The Tasmania Asia Institute"
  • "The Big Issues in Oral Health"
  • "Menzies Student Showcase"
  • "Sense T Panel Discussion"
  • "Introduction to Science Engagement"
  • "Innovation Research in Tasmania"
  • "Hot Topics in IMAS- Oceans and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate"
  • "Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture- The Secret Life of Orchids"
  • "Research Forum: School of Business & Earth Science"
Sessions in LAUNCESTON include:
  • 'Waste-to-Food': in-bed worm farms and the square metre garden
  • "Pecha Kucha: Showcasing Collaborative Research"
  • "Sense-T Panel Discussion - Launceston"
  • "'New Tools of the Trade - Grow your vegetable business'"
Sessions in CRADLE COAST include:
  • "'The Art & Science of Dairy Farming' - A Showcase of TIA's Dairy Industry"
  • "Researchers in Business Showcase"
  • Research Seminar: 'How Many Children do Tasmanians Want?'
For further event details and to RSVP please go to our website and click on the program.