Leading research in to Australian Climate Science capability: UNSW Mathematics and Science Facebook page. Trevor was awarded the inaugural MR Banks Medal in 1998 and The Royal Society of Tasmania Medal in 2013. He is an important, founding member of the team who provided a thermodynamically consistent equation of seawater (EOS), called TEOS-10. This equation is used the world over by oceanographers. TEOS-10 was adopted by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission in 2009.
The RST had a successful outing at the annual science education conference of Australian Science Teachers Association hosted at Wrest Point by the Science Teachers Association of Tasmania, getting to know and show teachers the great work the RST puts forward. Thanks to the hard work of council members and Jeannie-Marie Leroi from UTas.
ABC radio interview with Stewart Frusher, before his Winter Series lecture for the Society.
Featured image: Tane Sinclair-Taylor
ABC radio interview with Meredith Nash, Mon Jul 3 in the lead up to her Royal Society of Tasmania lecture.
General link: UTAS livestream
Louisa Anne Meredith was a respected botanical artist. On Wed 31 May the Mercury, published on page 24, a page developed by the Royal Society of Tasmania on Tasmanian artist and naturalist Louisa Anne Meredith. This page features some of Meredith’s artwork from volumes contained in the Royal Society’s collection held in the Morris Miller library, University of Tasmania (Sandy Bay campus). Soon after publication, the page will be downloadable free of charge from the Mercury Newspapers in Education website. High quality reproductions of some of Meredith’s artwork can be viewed in the Hadley’s Gallery, Murray St in Hobart.