The Northern Branch of the Royal Society of Tasmania, invites you to two lectures by PhD candidates Misha Anstari and Stan Kaine, at 1.30pm on Sunday 22 October 2023. The lectures will examine regular exercise in the management of Type 2 Diabetes, and using real time state sea conditions to ensure vessel safety. Open the post for more information.
The Royal Society of Tasmania’s newly-released 2024 Calendar now on sale
featuring images from Gould’s Mammals of Australia; Use this link to order.
A lecture titled “2023 Voice Referendum. Empowering Aborigines: Voices inside parliament or advisers outside? Voting ‘No’ to the referendum is a vote of support for Aboriginal self-determination ” is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
A lecture titled “2023 Voice Referendum. Referendum Road: An exploration of the Voice to Parliament – how we got here and what we might expect after the referendum?” is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
A lecture titled “Hydrogen as a Renewable Energy Carrier” is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
A lecture titled “Liver disease: The good, the bad, the ugly” is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
Nominations for the annual RST Doctoral Awards open on 1 October 2023. Two awards are offered for recent PhD graduates who have made significant advances in the course of their doctoral research. The value of each award is $1,000 (AUD).
Her Excellency the Honourable Barbara Baker AC, Governor of Tasmania, and Emeritus Professor Don Chalmers AO will be hosting ‘An Evening with Louisa’ on behalf of the RST on Thursday 28 September 2023. RST members and supporters are invited to attend. Open this post for more information. Bookings for this event are now closed
featuring thirteen images of Tasmanian fauna, from Gould’s “Mammals of Australia”. This unique calendar can be purchased by clicking on the calendar image shown.
The Royal Society of Tasmania invites applications from Tasmanian secondary students who have been selected to represent Australia at both national and international events in the fields of science, mathematics, engineering, the arts, humanities and social sciences. Open the post to learn more.
Congratulations to Tasmanian Aboriginal leader and RST member, Rodney Gibbins, on being named Tasmanian Aborigine of the Year in recognition of his sustained commitment to the empowerment and advancement of the Aboriginal community. Open this post for more information.
Congratulations to Royal Society of Tasmania member and experienced field geologist, Dr Keith Corbett, on being awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours. Open the post to learn more.