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 April 2021
Tuesday 20
17:15 - FREE LECTURE - 2021 Alan Sevier Memorial Lecture : The UWA Institute of Agriculture's Alan Sevier Lecture 2021 will be delivered by The University of Sydney Associate Professor of Animal Reproduction Simon de Graaf. Website | More Information
The UWA Institute of Agriculture's Alan Sevier Lecture 2021 will be delivered by The University of Sydney Associate Professor of Animal Reproduction Simon de Graaf on the topic "The future of sheep artificial breeding".

 June 2021
Wednesday 02
13:00 - PRESENTATION - 2021 Postgraduate Showcase: Frontiers in Agriculture : Come and hear UWA's top PhD students present their research in agriculture and related areas. Website | More Information
Come and hear UWA’s top postgraduate students present their research in agriculture and related areas.

Opening address by Mr Ralph Addis, Director General of the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA. Afternoon tea provided. All are welcome to attend.

 July 2021
Thursday 08
16:30 - TALK - Webinar: Blue is the New Green : Philanthropy, research and community are finding solutions for climate change’s effects within WA’s iconic coastal ecosystems. Website | More Information
UWA's Oceans Institute, Office of Research, and Development and Alumni Relations invite you to hear four leading UWA marine scientists discuss how their work is making a difference. The iconic Western Australian marine parks, Ningaloo and Shark Bay, as well as the Great Southern Reef, are bio-divers (...)

 August 2021
Wednesday 04
17:30 - EVENT - Current breastfeeding perspectives, delivering research to support practice : Hear breastfeeding mothers share current perspectives with leading UWA academics who will discuss how research helps address challenges Website | More Information
Protection of breastfeeding is a shared responsibility. It is widely quoted that it takes an average of 17 years for just 14% of research to reach patient care. Discoveries from researchers at The University of Western Australia over the last 50 years have transformed our understanding of how (...)


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