Category Archives: ecology

#SciPubDogs: scientists putting dog research fur-st (Online event)

Thursday, 9 April 2020

The format:

*Talks will be distributed on the Science in the Pub Tasmania facebook page, and by @SciPubTas on twitter.


18:00 Bob Holderness-Roddam, Associate, School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania

18:15 Dr Romane Cristescu, Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
18:30 Dr Simone Blackman, Lecturer in Commercial Law, Tasmanian School of Business & Economics, UTas

18:45 Professor Christopher Johnson, School of Natural Sciences, University of Tasmania

19:00-19:20 Speakers (Bob, Romane, Simone and Chris) will answer your questions via facebook and twitter by tweeting to #SciPubDogs.

19:00-19:20 Speakers (Bob, Romane, Simone and Chris) will answer your questions via facebook and twitter by tweeting to #SciPubDogs.

Marine predators

Thursday, June 6, 2019

#SciPubMarinePredators

Panellists

David Green – PhD Student at the University of Tasmania

Angus Henderson – Master Student at the University of Tasmania

Madeline Green – PhD Student at the University of Tasmania

#SciPubPark

*** Special event – Science in the Park ***

Sunday, March 31, 2019

2:00pm to 5:00pm

Science in the Park at Tolosa Park in Glenorchy, The Music Bowl

#SciPubPark

Science in the Pub is hosting their first-ever family-friendly event: Science in the Park!

This event will be hosted in Tolosa Park, in Glenorchy, on the 31 March. Scientists and teachers will present a series of workshops and hands-on activities for kids of all ages including guided hikes, aboriginal science and dance (with NITA guides), DNA extraction, sun art chemistry, create your own ocean climate change in a bottle, anatomy, geology, poo and much more!

This event is a great opportunity to share the fun SciPub style with the family (alcohol free)! So come and learn and play in the park.

Activities will be designed for children between 5 – 12 years old, parents must accompany children at this event.

Sponsored by University of Tasmania