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 March 2017
Monday 06
9:00 - GUIDED TOUR - UWA Campus Tour : Start your pursuit with a UWA campus tour Website | More Information
Our stunning campus offers a vibrant and dynamic learning environment with its mix of heritage buildings, contemporary architecture and beautiful gardens. Current UWA students will take you on a tour of our campus giving you an insight into what it’s like to be a student at UWA.

Join us (...)

12:00 - STAFF EVENT - Futures Observatory Tour, hosted by Ruby the NAO Robot Website | More Information
6, 7, 8 & 9 March 2017; 12:00pm - 12:30pm; Limit of 10 people per session

As part of our mission to engage all communities around the University, provide opportunities for learning and discovery and advance the capability of our NAO robot we engaged our own UWA Computer Science (...)
Tuesday 07
13:00 - SEMINAR - Placental origins of adult health and disease : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Environmental challenges in utero perturb fetal growth and alter subsequent adult health outcomes. The role of the placenta and in particular, placental vasculature, in modulating these processes is uncertain. This imbalance in knowledge needs to be addressed in order to develop much (...)
Tuesday 14
13:00 - SEMINAR - The timing of stress: understanding adaptation in changing environments : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Given the prediction for the increase to both the frequency and intensity of natural disasters due to global climate change, it is becoming increasingly important that we understand the impact of past disasters so we may be able to better mitigate the effects of future ones. Using (...)
Wednesday 15
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - 2017 Los Angeles Study Abroad Program, Perth USAsia Centre : Informaion Session on an opportunity to live and study in the U.S.A Website | More Information
The Perth USAsia Centre is again embarking on its UCLA (Los Angeles) Study Abroad Program, where UWA students studying either a Bachelor of Commerce, Arts, Philosophy or Science degree can live, study and earn credit points at UCLA from 26 June to 4 August 2017.

The Centre is holding an (...)
Thursday 16
12:00 - EVENT - A Journey in Drug Discovery: from Antivirals to Trypanosomacidal Agents More Information

16:00 - SEMINAR - Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium: Snowflakes, viruses and algorithms Website | More Information
Everyone is warmly invited to the Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium.

Talk title: Snowflakes, viruses and algorithms

Talk abstract: In this talk we will look at different objects that have one thing in common: they exhibit symmetry. Why is this relevant? How can we (...)
Friday 17
12:00 - SEMINAR - The effect of nutrition on honeybee (Apis mellifera) health and colony performance More Information
Tuesday 21
13:00 - SEMINAR - Lifestyle Diseases in Primates in Human Care: Type-2 Diabetes management in several primate species. : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: ‘Lifestyle diseases’ related to reduced exercise and increase in calorie intake, have become a significant medical problem for primates in long-term human care. In humans, excess of all macronutrients are metabolised into fat deposits (visceral and subcutaneous) and cause significant (...)
Thursday 23
12:00 - EVENT - Bayliss Seminar Series : Dr.John Bruning-Structural and Dynamic Studies of PPARgamma Partial Agonists and Antagonists for Improved Antidiabetics More Information
Friday 24
13:00 - SEMINAR - Putting the balance back in diet: the nutritional geometry of health and ageing : SBS seminar series - invited speaker More Information
What constitutes a nutritionally balanced diet and how does diet balance impact health, reproduction and longevity? These are fundamental questions in biology that are of considerable significance to public health. In the talk I will set out a framework for describing the multidimensional nature of (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Genome mining for bioactive molecules in a fungal wheat pathogen by transcriptional activation of silent secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene clusters More Information
Tuesday 28
13:00 - SEMINAR - Making useful human retina in vitro : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: A major goal in the stem cell field has been to generate human somatic tissues in vitro which closely represent their native counterparts in both structure and function. Such tissue represents an incredibly useful tool for the study of human development and disease, drug development (...)
Wednesday 29
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Athena SWAN workshop - STEMM Faculties Website | More Information
UWA has a long tradition of supporting diversity and equity initiatives. But what is life like on the ground for researchers? Do you experience an exciting and diverse culture around you? Does UWA walk the talk on inclusion? How do we bring our practices into line with our aspirations, policies and (...)
Thursday 30
12:00 - SEMINAR - High resolution analysis of quantitative traits, adaptive evolution and mRNA stability using budding yeast More Information

 April 2017
Monday 03
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The grand agricultural challenges of climate change : Prof Snow Barlow, University of Melbourne, will discuss how climate change is already challenging our capacity to meet the emerging global food demand and what we can do about it. All are welcome to this public lecture Website | More Information
Climate change is already challenging our capacity to meet the emerging global food demand. While much effort is expended in understanding the extent of this challenge much less attention has been given to the grand biological challenges that underpin our attempts to mitigate climate change.
Thursday 06
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Marisa Duong - Exploring the thiol redox landscape of muscle proteins with mass spectrometry - Proposal Seminar More Information
Bayliss Seminar Series
Monday 10
14:00 - STAFF EVENT - A Longitudinal, Competency-Based Clinical Assessment System : Presentation by a Futures Observatory Scholarship Holder Website | More Information
Come along to a presentation about how the School of Dentistry at UWA has developed and implemented a longitudinal, competency-based clinical assessment system. Its development was supported by a Futures Observatory Scholarship and is a joint effort between the School of Dentistry and the School of (...)
Thursday 13
15:00 - SEMINAR - The Origin of Stellar Masses : A seminar by Prof. Mark Krumholz (ANU) as part of the de Laeter colloquium series (joint ICRAR/CASS event) Website | More Information
The mass distribution of newborn stars, known as the initial mass function (IMF), has a distinct peak at a mass slightly less than that of the Sun. This characteristic stellar mass appears to be nearly invariant across a huge range of star-forming environments within and beyond our Galaxy, and (...)
Wednesday 26
12:00 - CANCELLED - SEMINAR - BAYLISS SEMINAR SERIES : Exploring synthetic routes to Metal Alkynyl and Heterobimetallic (Poly)ynyl Complexes More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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