19 November 20146.30pm - 8.00pm
Often hidden and distressing, lymphoedema can be a lifelong complication for many breast cancer survivors. Professor Sharon Kilbreath and her research team are challenging current treatment practices.
21 November 20148.00am - 5.30pm
Come to this symposium to learn about advanced technology in radiation oncology practice, cancer nursing and allied health research, molecular tumour testing and biomarkers, controversies in surgical oncology and multi-disciplinary decision making in End-of-Life care.
21 November 20148.30am - 5.00pm
Please join us for The University of Sydney’s inaugural Core Research Facilities Annual Symposium that will showcase some of the leading research being conducted at core facilities in the University.
24 November 20141.00pm - 2.00pm
Professor Yong Song Gho presents his research in extracellular organelles and their role in intracellular communication and how that could lead to developments in vaccine and drug delivery systems.
24 November 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
How will a changing climate affect global food production and global hunger? What do we know and what needs to be done?
25 November 20148.30am - 4.00pm
Update Day on the topic of Smoking Cessation for tobacco treatment specialists, medical professionals, health workers and anyone else who has an interest in the field. This is an annual event of theSmoking Research Unit at the Brain & Mind Research Institute.
25 November 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
How can we build peace by solving language problems in SE Asia? This talk will describe an ongoing research and intervention program on language, social cohesion and peace building underway in Myanmar, Malaysia and Thailand.
26 November 20144.00pm - 5.30pm
This lecture will discuss the current situation in Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and suggest that, rather than opposition to Communist Party, each crisis reflects a tension between statutory autonomy and increased efforts by the center to domesticate and integrate these diverse areas.
26 November 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
Eating His Way Through (Natural) History: Charles Darwin’s Dinner Club & Victorian Vegetarians: A Rough Guide
Join us at the Macleay Museum for a brace of lectures held in association with our upcoming exhibition "Stuffed, Stitched and Studied: Taxidermy in the 19th Century"
1 December 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
This talk will focus on the role digital data has in restructuring our everyday lives, both as individuals and as professionals.The reactions to such data deluges and their possible consequences will be examined in relation to city life and academic labour.