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 January 2011
Monday 10
12:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Visiting Speaker Dr Sheree Smith : Recruitment, Challenges and Disparities associated with Telemonitoring as part of a COPD Supported Discharge study: Patient, Carers and Clinical Staff Perspectives” Website | More Information
Dr Sheree Smith is an academic from the discipline of nursing who has received a number of national and international research awards. Dr Smith is currently leading research capability development through an initiative with the respiratory and critical care nurses of the European Respiratory (...)
Friday 21
17:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Arts Pre-enrolment Information Evening : Information sessions for students wanting to enrol in an Arts course More Information
Information evening for future students to find out more about studying, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (including music) at UWA. Individual booths on all the different majors and well as general overview information sessions at 5.30pm, 6.30pm and 7.15pm.
Thursday 27
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Joint OMICS Introductory Workshop : We will introduce you to the world of Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics as well as Lipidomics. More Information
A 2 day workshop that explores everything "omic" that includes metabolomics, lipidomics, proteomics and structural proteomics. The workshop is relatively hands on and includes a lab walkthrough to see sample preparations.

Only $300 per registration (incl. workshop handbook & (...)
Friday 28
12:00 - EXHIBITION - VISCERAL: THE LIVING ART EXPERIMENT : Science Gallery, Dublin present a SymbioticA Exhibition Website | More Information
VISCERAL: THE LIVING ART EXPERIMENT Science Gallery, Dublin present a SymbioticA Exhibition 28 JANUARY - 25 FEBRUARY 2011 Location: Science Gallery, Dublin

VISCERAL will confront audiences with the delicate processes of modern biology to explore our changing understandings and (...)
Saturday 29
0:00 - EXHIBITION - Curator's Choice: City of Albany Collection 2011 : Albany: here there is here! Curated by Professor Ted Snell AM CitWA, Director UWA Cultual Precinct More Information
The Curator's Choice exhibition invites a guest curator, this year UWA Cultural Precinct Director, Professor Ted Snell, to select the works from the City's collection, providing an opportunity for the community to view works from the City of Albany's Art Collection, and gain new insight into the (...)

10:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Visceral: A SymbioticA Symposium Website | More Information
Visceral: A SymbioticA Symposium 29th January, 2011 Location: Science Gallery, Dublin

From 28 January to 25 February 2011, SymbioticA will be re-located to Dublin, Ireland, where SymbioticA and Science Gallery, Dublin will host the exhibition Visceral: The Living Art Experiment.

 February 2011
Wednesday 02
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Another India: Land, Water and Rural Poverty Website | More Information
Discussion of India in the public sphere in Australia often focuses on the growth of the Indian economy, trade relations, and the emergence of India as a powerful economic and political actor within the international system. Less present in media and public discourse on India is consideration of (...)

18:00 - SCREENING - SymbioticA Documentary Screening : as part of VISCERAL: THE LIVING ART EXPERIMENT Website | More Information
SymbioticA Documentary Screening; Location: Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

View a number or short documentaries about works developed at SymbioticA, including videos about the work of ORLAN and a the Critical Art Ensemble. The screening will be followed by a discussion led by Oron (...)
Sunday 06
13:00 - SEMINAR - Such is Life: Visual and Literary Representations of Australia Website | More Information
From the beginning of the twentieth century—when the great Australian novel, Such is Life, was first published—Australia has been transformed, with vast changes to society, culture and our sense of ourselves in an ever more international world.

In this lively afternoon seminar, four UWA (...)
Wednesday 09
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Science, Art & Ethics Panel : as part of VISCERAL: THE LIVING ART EXPERIMENT Website | More Information
Science, Art & Ethics Panel; Location: Paccar Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

Join us for a special discussion on science, art, ethics, and the sparks (and inspirations) that arise when the three combine.

A must-see for artists, curators, scientists, and anyone interested in (...)
Monday 14
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - Medical Simulation in 2021 More Information
Dr C. Donald Combs, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Planning and Health Professions at Eastern Virginia Medical School is visiting Perth from the U.S. Dr Combs oversees a medical simulation program and is responsible for the development of EVMS's new simulation center which will open in the summer of 2011 (...)
Tuesday 15
11:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Cryo-SEM : A cool technique for imaging hydrated and beam sensitive specimens in their natural state Website | More Information
Following a successful 2011 ARC LEIF bid, CMCA will acquire cryo-SEM capabilities this coming year, to provide improved imaging capabililties for hydrated and beam sensitive samples. Marilyn Carey from Gatan UK will present information on cryo-SEM techniques for those wanting to know more about (...)
Wednesday 16
7:00 - EVENT - Breakfast by the Bay with Bernard Salt : The Big West – Seachange, Treechange, FIFO, Boom! Website | More Information
Presented by WestNet Infrastructure Group

At this breakfast noted author and social commentator Bernard Salt will be commenting on how social, cultural and demographic trends are impacting on Western Australia’s business future.

In light of Australia’s increasing and also (...)

16:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture - Professor Gerald L Crabtree Website | More Information
Dr Gerald Crabtree is Professor of Pathology and Professor of Developmental Biology at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is also an Investigator of Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Dr Crabtree's laboratory is studying the interaction between the signaling pathways and genetic (...)

17:30 - RECITAL - Bang the Gong Workshop : Create music inside Diokno Pasilan's Memory House Website | More Information
Join artist Diokno Pasilan for a free child-friendly music workshop in his Memory House, an art installation alongside UWA's beautiful Tropical Grove, part of PIAF and the UWA Cultural Precinct's Dialogues With Landscape. Bring a picnic and friends. All are welcome. Visit website for the nine (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Melting Glaciers and Emerging Histories in America’s Far Northwest Website | More Information
Melting glaciers are now revealing material evidence that reinvigorates longstanding oral traditions about human history and environmental change, posing new questions for cross-cultural and interdisciplinary collaborations. In this lecture, Julie Cruikshank, Professor Emerita in the Department of (...)
Thursday 17
17:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Creative Writing and its Contexts: Symposium for Dennis Haskell : To be held 17-18 February, 2011, to honour the many-sided achievements of Dennis Haskell, poet, editor, scholar, teacher and administrator Website | More Information
Final Registration Reminder

The Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) and the Westerly Centre are to honour the work of Winthrop Professor Dennis Haskell with a symposium entitled 'Creative Writing and its Contexts'.

The Symposium will be opened at 5 pm on (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The Leaning Tower of St. Moritz: Geotechnical Aspects of Construction on a Creeping Landslide Website | More Information
2011 UWA Gledden Visiting Senior Fellow, Alexander M. Puzrin, of the Institute for Geotechnical Engineering, ETH Zurich will present a lecture on the famous Leaning Tower of St Moritz. St. Moritz, Switzerland is a famous ski resort built on an active creeping landslide and the tower is the most (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Chinese New Year Celebration : Performances by Wenqin Arts Troupe, Zhejiang University PRC Website | More Information
Come and celebrate the year of the Rabbit with us!

Enjoy performances by Wenqin Arts Troupe, Zhejiang University PRC at the Dolphin Theatre, UWA on Thursday 17th February 2011 at 7.30 pm. $20 per entry and seats are limited.
Monday 21
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Advances in Understanding Ore Systems & Exploration Success : Experts interpret the current state of research and exploration in a series of mineral systems. Website | More Information
Experts interpret the current state of research and exploration in a series of mineral systems and exploration-oriented workshops on the following deposit types; orogenic and intrusion-related gold, iron-oxide copper gold, Carlin-style gold and Cu-Mo-Au porphyry, regional-scale metallogenic (...)

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