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 November 2014
Friday 07
12:00 - EVENT - UWA Staff Sports Fun Day : There is a time for work...and a time for play! Website | More Information
UWA Staff Sports Fun Day is a day on campus for staff and postgraduate students to get together and participate in sport and activity. This year's theme is Brazil - be loud, be colourful and join in - up to 1000 participants expected throughout the day.

Get Involved: Contact your Team (...)
Tuesday 11
9:00 - COURSE - R Basics : A Statistics Short Course Website | More Information
R is a free and extremely powerful language and software environment for statistical computing, data analysis, and graphics. The course is designed for those who have no experience with R, but have a basic understanding of statistics. The course will include: Introduction to R: How to install R on (...)
Friday 14
9:00 - EVENT - Reduce Food Waste Forum : The theme of the Forum is “Waste in Food Value Chains: Opportunities for Technological, Policy and R&D Innovations for waste minimization and utilization”. Website | More Information
We invite you to register and attend a “Reduce Food Waste Forum” on 14 November 2014 at the Kim Beazley Lecture Theatre at Murdoch University.

Murdoch University, Curtin University and The University of Western Australia are sponsors of this Forum.

The theme of the Forum is “ (...)
Wednesday 19
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Conservation of Highly Migratory Marine Species: The Need to Integrate Physiology, Behavior and Ecology : Oceans Institute Public Lecture by Daniel Costa More Information
The conservation of upper trophic level marine vertebrates presents some unique challenges in that they can migrate over great distances, in some cases covering entire ocean basins. A critical component to their conservation is to assess their home range. However, this is only a first step, as (...)
Monday 24
13:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Professor Phil Ainslie : New Concepts in the Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow in Humans Website | More Information
Professor Phil Ainslie received his PhD from Liverpool John Moores University (UK) followed by postdoctoral research at the University of Calgary (Canada) and a Faculty appointment at the University of Otago (NZ). Phil is currently Professor and Research Chair at The University of British Columbia (...)
Tuesday 25
8:45 - COURSE - An Introduction to statistics using SPSS - a 3 day course Website | More Information
The aim of this course is to introduce you to basic statistics. It will cover descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations); data exploration; basic categorical data analysis; simple linear regression and basic analysis of variance (ANOVA). The statistical package SPSS will be used to (...)
Wednesday 26
18:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Testing the Limits of the Human Brain : Public Lecture presented by Professor Phil Ainslie Website | More Information
Relative to its size, the brain is the most oxygen-dependent organ in the body, but many pathophysiological and environmental processes may either cause or result in an interruption to its oxygen supply. Remarkable feats, however, have been achieved where the human brain has survived extremely low (...)

 December 2014
Thursday 04
13:00 - SEMINAR - Trade-offs and Blind Alleys: Molecular Evolution of Vision in Sensory Specialists : Animal Biology Seminar Series More Information
Among mammals, bats are one of the most speciose and diverse of the mammalian orders: with a remarkable range of habitat use, behaviour and diet. Contrary to folklore, bats are not blind; some have large eyes and excellent eyesight (Pteropodidae), whereas others rely mainly on echolocation and have (...)

 January 2015
Tuesday 20
13:00 - SEMINAR - First postgraduate talk of 2015! : Fabian Rudin - Animal personalities and behavioural syndromes More Information
Fabian Rudin: Animal personalities and behavioural syndromes from an evolutionary perspective in the Australian field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) Please come along to support and offer feedback to Fabian on his project. Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided.
Tuesday 27
12:00 - SEMINAR - Postgraduate Seminar PhD Completion talk : Exposing resource allocation trade-offs in sexual selection More Information
Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided

 February 2015
Thursday 05
16:00 - EVENT - CMCA Seminar Series: Computer-aided detection/diagnosis of breast cancer in multi-modal MRI More Information
A recent meta-study concluded that the use of computer-aided detection/diagnosis (CAD) "in breast MRI has little influence on the sensitivity and specificity of experienced radiologists and therefore their interpretation remains essential". In this talk I describe ongoing collaborative (...)
Tuesday 10
13:00 - SEMINAR - Postgraduate Completion Seminar : Functionalised Nanoparticle-Based Therapies for Oxidative Stress Following Partial Injury to the Central Nervous System More Information
Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided.
Thursday 12
13:00 - SEMINAR - The role of mechanism in behavioural ecology: sex allocation as a paradigm : Animal Biology Seminar Series More Information
Much of behavioural ecology theory has been developed assuming little in the way of genetic or mechanistic detail. Indeed, no doubt much of the success of the behavioural ecology approach has come from providing general predictions about behaviour. However, behavioural ecologists are often exhorted (...)
Tuesday 17
13:00 - SEMINAR - Postgraduate Update Seminar : Joyce Ong: Contrasting environmental drivers of adult and juvenile growth in marine fish: implications for the effects of climate change AND Beverly Oh: Understanding drivers of shark and ray biogeography on a continental scale across the tropics More Information
These talks are a practice for an upcoming conference. Please come along to show your support and offer valuable feedback to Joyce and Beverly.

Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided.
Thursday 19
16:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture : "The tympanic membrane: Structure, damage and regeneration" Website | More Information
Magnus von Unge is Professor and Senior Ear Surgeon at Akershus University Hospital, University of Oslo, Norway. He is member of the Swedish Surgical Society, Association for Research in Otolaryngology and Politzer Society, and has served on the editorial board of ACTA Otolaryngologica.

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Tuesday 24
13:00 - SEMINAR - Postgraduate Seminar PhD proposal talk : Evolution and diversification of small ground-dwelling mammals of the Australian arid-zone More Information
Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided.

16:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Professor Giles Plant : Human corticospinal motor neuron relay grafts for treatment of cervical spinal cord injury Website | More Information
Professor Giles Plant obtained his PhD degree from The University of Western Australia and is now Basic Science Director of the Stanford Partnership for Spinal Cord Injury and Repair in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University. The aim of Giles' research is to elucidate new cellular (...)

 March 2015
Wednesday 04
10:00 - EXPO - Careers Fair : Great Court 10am-2.00 pm Website | More Information
The University of Western Australia's Careers Fair provides excellent opportunities for students to engage, network and meet prospective employers looking to recruit students for graduate programs, vacation work, internships and voluntary positions. From first year to final year, Undergraduate to (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - The Amazing Cavitation Bubble- from Ship Propellors to Medical Supertools : This seminar is part of the Centre for Water Research seminar series. Website | More Information
We generally think of bubbles as benign and harmless and yet they can manifest the most remarkable range of physical effects. Some of those effects are the stuff of our every day experience as in the tinkling of a brook or the sounds of breaking waves at the beach. But even these mundane effects (...)
Thursday 05
12:00 - SEMINAR - Long term studies of mammal life history, sexual selection and conservation: insectivorous marsupials and Melanesian flying foxes. : Animal Biology Seminar Series. More Information
This talk will address two current research topics: evolutionary ecology of dasyurid marsupials, and conservation ecology of tropical mammals. In some genera of small insect-eating marsupials but in no other mammals, escalating stress hormones during the breeding season cause immune system collapse (...)

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