The lecture on productive learning (7 November 2021) by neuroscientist Dr Lila Landowski is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
Coming soon: “An Illustrated Checklist of Tasmanian Beetles”
The lecture on volcanoes on the sea floor (3 October 2021) by Associate Professor Rebecca Carey is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
The lecture by Dr Alessandro Silvano on the “The global influence of ice-ocean interaction in Antarctica” on September 5, 2021, is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
View recording by 2020 RST Doctoral Award winner Dr Adam Abersteiner – August 2021. The lecture on “Kimberlites – Volcanic insights into Earth’s deep interior” on Sunday 1st August 2021 is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
The President and Council of The Royal Society of Tasmania warmly invite members and friends to a lecture by Professor Greg Lehman followed by dinner on Thursday 9 December. The lecture is entitled “Terra nullius in Tasmanian colonial art”. Open this post for further information and the attendance form.
The first joint Royal Society of Tasmania-Beer Aquatic event held on Thursday 26 August was a resounding success. Open this post to read a short report.
A special edition of the RST Papers and Proceedings was launched by President Mary Koolhof at the Centenary celebrations of the Northern Branch on Sunday 27 July. Open this post to read the speech by President, Mary Koolhof.
The Royal Society of Tasmania congratulates long-standing member Dr John Paull, who was awarded an OAM in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021. Dr Paull received his award ‘For service to medicine, and to history’. Open post for more details.
On Monday, 15th February, 2021, the Royal Society of Tasmania delivered its Apology to Tasmanian Aboriginal people, taking responsibility for the negative impacts of its past actions. Open this post to view the Apology.
The Royal Society of Tasmania Entomology Go challenge – what will you spot? With nearly ten quintillion insects on earth you can’t catch em all!! But you may have a photo of an unknown insect on your phone, a dead one on your windowsill or a live one in your backyard? Royal Society […]