16 June 20165.30pm - 7.00pm
Professor Yixu Lu from the School of Languages and Cultures looks at how Europeans understood China in 18th and 19th century. Was China a land of wisdom, a senescent giant incapable of change, or a fractious adolescent with enormous industrial potential?
27 June 20168.45am - 3.45pm
Our popular annual conference featuring international and national guest speakers in quality education for students K–12 who experience difficulties learning in mainstream classes.
4 August 20165.30pm - 7.00pm
Professor Mike Michael from the Department of Sociology and Social Policy discusses what sort of social and political processes shape both 'scientific citizens' and their engagement with science and technology.
17 August 20165.45pm - 7.00pm
We have learned how to help people live happier healthier lives. This requires individuals to take control of their own data and their own health for better outcomes. Discover how metabolic systems biology could revolutionise our health by offering precision medicine.
6 September 20162.00pm - 4.00pm
A new Ensemble in Residence, fiercely committed to passionate performance of the masterpieces of the chamber music literature, alongside cutting edge new works from Australia and beyond.
8 September 20165.30pm - 7.00pm
Professor Catherine Driscoll from the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies looks at the reality of retiring from the city to the country.
21 September 20165.45pm - 7.00pm
SYDNEY SCIENCE FORUM - NATURE'S ENGINEERS - HOW ANTS, BEES AND SLIME MOULDS ARE HELPING US BUILD BETTER CITIES
Find out about Dr Latty’s research on ant, bee and slime mould infrastructure systems and how she is working with mathematicians, computer scientists and civil engineers to translate animal and slime mould behaviour into solutions for building better, more resilient human infrastructure systems.
19 October 20165.45pm - 8.00pm
Professor Phyllis Butow will reveal the findings from a new Australian study, which involved more than 2000 women, and examined the link between stress and cancer.
3 November 20165.30pm - 7.00pm
Professor Andrew Fitzmaurice from the Department of History looks at the history of impersonation in everyday life, in law, and in international society.