Past events

5–6.30pm 24 May 2012
Guy Micklethwait will present his final seminar on his PhD research, which compared the models of time hypothesised by physicists to models represented in time travel movies, and...
5–6.30pm 17 May 2012
Dr Randy Olsen, biologist turned filmmaker and author of the book 'Don't Be Such A Scientist', will talk about his work.
5–6.30pm 10 May 2012
Presented by internationally-produced playwright and PhD student Timothy Daly, this seminar addresses the various problems and solutions involved in dramatising scientific issues...
5–6.30pm 3 May 2012
CPAS folk who attended the 2012 Public Communication of Science and Technology conference in Florence will report back on what happened, what they learned, and why we should (or...
5–7pm 26 April 2012
Tonight five students will discuss the research projects they have undertaken as part of the undergraduate course SCOM3003 Special Topics in Science Communication in semester 1...
5–6.30pm 5 April 2012
Tonight Chris will share the findings from his Master of Science Communication research project which examined whether and how western-trained environmental scientists and...
5–6.30pm 29 March 2012
Dr Suzette Searle will share some results from her recently completed PhD project: the benefits of communicating with the general public from scientists' point of view - an...
5–6.30pm 22 March 2012
Mitsuru Kudo will present some of the preliminary findings from his PhD project, entitled 'A Qualitative Enquiry into Practitioners' Reflection on Science Communication in...
5–6.30pm 15 March 2012
Dr Alex Ritchie from the Canowindra Age of Fishes Museum will talk about the amazing fossils of Devonian fish found near the town of Canowindra during road works in the 1950s...
5–6.30pm 8 March 2012
CPAS folk who attended the 2012 Australian Science Communicators conference this week will share their experiences of the conference. The session will be chaired by Dr Rod...
5–6.30pm 23 February 2012
In this evening's special CPAS seminar to kick off the new year, experts in prop-based science communication will compete for the best demonstrations, racking their brains and...
5–6.30pm 16 February 2012
If you are new to CPAS don't miss this first seminar of the year, in which you will learn All Manner Of Things about your new department. If you have been here for a while,...
5–6.30pm 10 November 2011
Tonight's seminar will be presented by Dr A. Wendy Russell, National Enabling Technologies Strategy – Public Awareness and Community Engagement (NETS-PACE) section,...
5–6.30pm 27 October 2011
The presentation describes a Web-search for messages from researchers, where content refers to environmental and social conditions in the Wallaga Lake catchment - one of five...
12–1.30pm 21 October 2011
A special seminar at which Mofa Shah will give his first presentation on his PhD research into Bangladeshi farmers' attitudes to and experiences with hybrid rice, and how that...
5–7pm 20 October 2011
Three students enrolled in SCOM3003 Special Topics in Science Communication this semester will present the preliminary results of their individual research projects in this...
5–7pm 13 October 2011
Four students enrolled in SCOM3003 Special Topics in Science Communication this semester will present the preliminary results of their individual research projects in this evening...
5–6.30pm 6 October 2011
Tonight Savita Sharma will present her first seminar on her PhD research.
5–6.30pm 29 September 2011
In this seminar Luke will introduce his PhD research project, which is concerned with devising and understanding effective pedagogical approaches to using technology in...
5–6.30pm 22 September 2011
Two of this year's Graduate Diploma in Science Communication students talk about their experience presenting science in Indigenous communities of the Northern Territory.

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