7 February 201611.00am - 11.00pm
An exhibition project at Sydney College of the Arts in conjunction with the 2016 St. Jerome's Laneway Festival, Sydney.
8 February 20164.00pm - 6.00pm
From genomics to proteomics: technologies and applications of high-resolution mass spectrometry in biology and medicine
Mass spectrometry has a long and illustrious history as an analytical science, even before the development of electrospray and MALDI made MS easily applicable to the study of proteins.
8 February 20164.00pm - 5.00pm
A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation seminar reporting the preliminary results of a longitudinal study into whether being taught basic concepts of physics in primary school affects long-term success in learning science.
9 February 20161.00pm - 2.00pm
Numerous data show that obese individuals are ostracized in society, from childhood and onwards. They get lower salaries, higher health insurance costs, more expensive house renting, and less qualified tasks and need support rather than the negative attitudes with which they are often met.
9 February 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
Renmin University Professor Christof Mauch, Director of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, looks back to understand how societies have dealt with energy expectations, energy needs, and energy transitions in the past.
10 February 201610.00am - 2.00pm
The Academic Advice Day is a fantastic opportunity for you to meet with our academic staff to receive one-on-one advice on the subjects available to you.
11 February 20169.00am - 3.00pm
The Twenty First Conference of the Parties under the United Nations Convention on Climate Change concluded in December 2015 with the Paris Agreement. This conference, showcases three keynote speakers and other guest speakers who will discuss various supplementary aspects of the Paris Agreement.
11 February 20165.30pm - 6.30pm
A talk on the material assemblage of Aboriginal tool making and its contemporary applications in art, craft and architecture.
11 February 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
Dr Jairus Grove delivers this year's Q Lecture. His research focuses on the relationship between technology and global politics, specifically the ways technical innovations undermine political order and governance systems. In this lecture he looks at the atmospheric terrorism in the 21st century.
12 February 20169.30am - 4.00pm
A popular regular forum for researchers in Indigenous education to present their findings and open dialogues.