The Royal Society of Tasmania is partnering with the Academy of Technology and Engineering, Tasmanian Division, to present this special symposium-style event featuring Nathan Bindoff, Mary O’Kane and Andrew Catchpole, on Wednesday 23 June 2021, 7 pm, at the Stanley Burbury Theatre, University of Tasmania, Hobart, and via livestream. Open this post for further information and registration.
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To celebrate its centenary, the Northern Branch invites you to a lecture entitled “What made Tasmania?” on 27 June 2021. Geologist and mineralogist Ralph Bottrill will highlight how modern developments in mapping, dating and information compilation, have enabled the Tasmanian Geological Survey to produce detailed maps of most of Tasmania, despite the largely difficult terrain and complexity. Open the post for more information.
You are invited to attend this event on Monday 12 July, at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania. Susannah Fullerton will speak on “The Importance of Being Oscar: The Life and Works of Oscar Wilde”. Open this post for the invitation and details.
The Northern Branch invites you to a lecture entitled “Impact of Plastics on Marine Wildlife” on 23 May 2021. Dr Jennifer Lavers will highlight Australia’s contributions to this emerging and important field of research. Open the post for more information.
The lecture “The Messiness of Colonial Exploration and Cartography” by Dr Imogen Wegman on May 2, 2021, is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
The lecture “Telling the stories of kanamaluka” by Dr Christine Hansen on Sunday 25th April 2021 is now available on the RST YouTube channel. Open this post to view it now.
“More than a word. Reconciliation takes action.”
Open this post to learn more about lectures, exhibitions and other events on during National Reconciliation Week.
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 book “Australian Mineral Discoverers: 1950-2010” features the stories of 65 Australian mineral explorers and educators, and their discovery of buried minerals. Order now in the online shop.
Your support for the Royal Society this year has been much appreciated. Please renew your membership. You now have the option to make renewal automatic in future. Open this post to learn how to renew.
Want to learn something new while stuck at home? Tune in to “That’s What I Call Science”, a weekly radio show and podcast featuring interesting and relevant science happening in Tasmania and across Australia. . Niamh Chapman, one of our new Royal Society of Tasmania Council members, is the founding director and regular host of the […]
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 […]