21 August 20156.30pm - 8.00pm
Building on the concepts developed in Lecture 1, this talk considers what we might learn about the best way for humans to live based on the regulatory logic that has become embedded in the human genome over millions of years of our evolution.
22 August 20157.15am - 6.00pm
From internationally renowned cellar doors to historic family owned wineries you'll do a wine making tour, taste up to 20 wines, have a relaxing lunch and enjoy free time to check out cheese shops, more cellar doors, boutique shops and a brewery.
24 August 20156.00pm - 8.00pm
Join us at the Nicholson Museum for the next lecture in our evening series.
24 August 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
How have changes in Egypt and the region created a new type of intellectual? They are professedly younger and have adopted the language of the common people, using a variety of platforms for reaching out to the public, rather than being fixated on the medium of writing.
25 August 201512.00pm - 1.00pm
For students who have interest in undertaking exchange in a particular region, destination focus sessions will provide further information about the specific requirements and opportunities applicable to these regions. Students only need to attend one session.
25 August 20151.00pm - 2.00pm
Obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease account for half the deaths in Australia. Obesity rates continue to rise, in particular within the reproductive age group.
25 August 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
Relations between the United States and China have always been testy, but seem particularly tense in recent years as China grows more powerful and Washington aims to strengthen its presence in the Asia-Pacific region.
26 August 20159.00am - 4.00pm
Reclaiming the Knowledge Commons: Challenging Corporatized Publishing Practices in Research and Scholarship
Are you a journal editor or peer reviewer? Wondering whether to pay thousands to publish open access? Worried about your students publishing in low quality predatory journals? Join Emeritus Prof Stephen Leeder and colleagues as we discuss how to move forward.
27 August 20154.00pm - 6.00pm
How to feel more in control of the process of doing your PhD.
27 August 20156.00pm - 8.00pm
Speech pathologists have a vital role in helping to close the gap in outcomes for indigenous children. These two talks will present cutting edge research and practice, and demonstrate what can be achieved when communities and speech pathologists work together.