Christmas Lecture and Dinner
Associate Professor Stewart Nicol will present “From spiny ant-eater to promiscuous spiky baby killer: an incomplete natural history of echidnas.”
Associate Professor Stewart Nicol is an Honorary Research Associate with the School of Zoology at the University of Tasmania. After many years in the School of the Medicine, which included a period as Deputy Head of School and Associate Head of Medical Sciences, he transferred to the School of Zoology at the beginning of 2007. Although he formally retired at the end of 2012, he continues with an active research program: Stewart is a world-renowned expert on the biology of the monotremes (the platypus and echidnas).
Tuesday December 3, CSIRO Theatrette, Castray Esplanade, Hobart at 6.00pm
The lecture starts at 6.00 pm followed by a buffet dinner in the CSIRO canteen at 7.30pm. Guests may attend the lecture only at no charge, however for security reasons registration is required. The cost of the dinner is $35.00 payable by Monday 18th November. Please contact the office for further details