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Displaying from Wednesday, November 01, 2017
 November 2017
Tuesday 21
12:30 - SYMPOSIUM - Computational Modelling in Health & Disease Symposium Website | More Information
On November 21st, Dr Barry Doyle is holding a Computational Modelling in Health and Disease Symposium to showcase some of the exciting ways computers and computational models are being used for medical research, with applications ranging from haemodynamics to artificial intelligence. This event (...)
Thursday 23
12:00 - SEMINAR - Not-for-profit Research Hub : An interdisciplinary hub for not-for-profit researchers to share ideas More Information
The not-for-profit sector constitutes a major part of society and the economy, both in Australia and internationally. And yet, as a sector, it remains under-researched.

With the recent arrival of Professor David Gilchrist at UWA, we hope to address this imbalance by creating an (...)

 February 2018
Wednesday 21
9:00 - Forum - Values Impact Forum : This international conference provides a forum for scholars, businesses, educators, and government to engage in robust discussions about how personal and cultural values relate to important social issues. Website | More Information
This international conference provides a forum for scholars, businesses, educators, and government to engage in robust discussions about how personal and cultural values relate to important social issues. The Plenary addresses will be given by Professor Shalom Schwartz on the study of human and (...)


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