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Displaying from Monday, August 14, 2017
 August 2017
Tuesday 15
13:00 - SEMINAR - Role of nervous system in sarcopenia: Age related molecular and morphological changes in murine peripheral nerves and spinal cords, and analysis of the effects of resistance exercise on old sciatic nerves : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Vidya’s PhD research investigated the “Role of the nervous system in sarcopenia: age related molecular and morphological changes in murine peripheral nerves and spinal cords, and analysis of the effects of resistance exercise on old sciatic nerves”. Sarcopenia, the age-related loss (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Science Education Seminar : Two seminars presented by visiting Professors Michael Reiss and Anat Zohar More Information
Seminar 1: How can we get more students to study STEM subjects once these are no longer compulsory? Professor Michael Reiss, University College London Seminar 2: Teaching higher order thinking to low achieving students: do they make a marriage? Professor Anat Zohar, The Hebrew University of (...)
Wednesday 16
9:00 - EVENT - Global Water Conference 2017 Website | More Information
The staging of the Global Water Conference 2017 in Yangon is meant to address the issues of water supply and resources management in the SEA region. This conference is designed to facilitate the implementation of the water management policies and encouraging collaboration between those working on (...)
Thursday 17
12:00 - SEMINAR - BAYLISS SEMINAR SERIES : Mark Cruickshank - Infant leukaemia – are we targeting a one-hit wonder? More Information
Friday 18
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Nadim Darwish - Towards single-molecule devices: Mechanically stable single-molecule circuits More Information

16:00 - EVENT - Psychology Special Colloquium; A product of their environment: contextual challenges faced by modern teams (William kramer) More Information
Title: A Product of Their Environment: Contextual Challenges Faced by Modern Teams

Abstract:

As organizations expand across time and space, teams are faced with increasing task complexity ranging from completing creative tasks with dispersed team members to safely sending (...)
Monday 21
14:00 - EVENT - Psychology Special Colloquium: Advice taking and advice resistance in groups (Dr. Thomas Schultz-Gerlach) More Information
Title:Advice taking and advice resistance in groups

Abstract

According to conventional wisdom, advice is a simple and effective means to improve the quality of judgments and decisions. Research on advice taking supports this notion, showing that decision-makers’ accuracy (...)
Tuesday 22
18:00 - EVENT - Shock Room: We do as we’re told. Or do we? : A film screening followed by Q+A panel session with Director Professor Kathryn Millard, Macquarie University; Professor Carmen Lawrence, UWA; and Dr Nin Kirkham, UWA. Website | More Information
A compelling new feature documentary, Shock Room breaks open Stanley Milgram’s dramatic ‘Obedience to Authority’ experiment and forces us to re evaluate its conclusions. In the wake of the Holocaust, Milgram wanted to understand why people inflict harm on others. In 1962, he staged his experiment (...)
Friday 25
11:00 - EVENT - Psychology Special Colloquium; Leadership and Safety Performance in High Risk Industries: New Advances in Research (Dr. Mario Martinez Corcoles More Information
Title: Leadership and Safety Performance in High Risk Industries: New Advances in Research

Abstract:

Leadership is of paramount importance to ensure employees’ safety performance in high risk industries. Over the last few years, significant research has been carried out in (...)

12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Max Roemer - Ferrocene based compounds as highly efficient molecular diodes More Information

15:00 - EVENT - Psychology Special Colloquium: Enhancing Diversity via Hiring Practices: Revisiting the use of Second-Stratum Cognitive Abilities (Dr. Serena Wee) More Information
Title: Enhancing Diversity via Hiring Practices: Revisiting the use of Second-Stratum Cognitive Abilities

Many organisations believe that hiring a diverse workforce is important for ethical, legal and business reasons. However, one of the most criterion-valid selection tools—the (...)
Thursday 31
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Xiaoling Tong - Silkworm functional genomics: Potential application in biotechnology and as human disease model More Information

12:30 - VISITING SPEAKER - Assessment of Future Risk in Asthma: Opportunities and New Technologies Website | More Information
Dr Blakey's interest is in improving the assessment and management of people with asthma by incorporating newer data streams and measurement of future risk into models of care. Note: 12.30pm lunch for 1.00pm - 2.00pm presentation

 September 2017
Friday 01
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Nikki Man - The synthesis and pharmacological studies on a novel antimicrobial agent & new nickel catalysts and their applications in organic synthesis More Information
Monday 04
9:45 - EVENT - Research Week : 4-8 September 2017 Website | More Information
Visit UWA from 4-8 September for UWA Research Week when we showcase UWA research and its impact on local and global communities.

On Monday 4 September we kick off Research Week with a series of free events hosted in the Research Week marquee, situated on Great Court, behind Winthrop Hall (...)
Tuesday 05
13:00 - SEMINAR - Viral adaptation to host immune responses: a story about evolution, frequent flyer points and country music : School of Human Sciences (APHB) Seminar Series Website | More Information
More than 35 million people worldwide are infected with HIV including >22,000 Australians. Anti-HIV therapy can reduce mortality associated with infection but treatment does not provide a cure, is life-long and remains a substantial financial burden in Australia and worldwide. Harnessing (...)
Wednesday 06
18:00 - EVENT - WA Department of Health Youth Health Policy Community Conversation #1 : If you are 13-24 we want to hear your thoughts on the new Youth Health Policy! Website | More Information
Are you aged 13 - 24? We want to hear from YOU! We want to find out what you think about health services for young people. The WA Department of Health wants to hear from people aged 13 – 24 about the WA Youth Health Policy. You are invited to come along and share your thoughts and ideas.

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Thursday 07
13:00 - PRESENTATION - Researching without the red-tape* : Join the Risk and Legal team for a discussion on clinical trials, complex research collaborations and data ownership. Website | More Information
Step beyond the tangle of red tape and start your research sooner.*

Meet the UWA team who are here to work with researchers and central experts to quickly navigate the formalities of agreements and approvals. The Risk & Legal unit welcome researchers and peers to an informal open (...)
Friday 08
10:00 - EVENT - Psychology in Society Research Week Event : The School of Psychological Science showcases some of its research and its real-world implications Website | More Information
The School of Psychological Science showcases some of its research and its real-world implications. With presentations on face recognition, misinformation and fake news, disaster preparedness, the challenges of automation, treatment of anxiety, and healthy ageing.

12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Valerie Verhasselt - Impact of mother-child interaction through breast milk on immune development and long term homeostasis More Information


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