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Displaying from Friday, November 04, 2011
 November 2011
Friday 04
9:00 - SEMINAR - Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series: Revisiting the role of the MCMV-encoded m157 protein in NK cell anti-viral response More Information
Dr Jerome Coudert, from the Lions Eye Institute, will give a talk on "Revisiting the role of the MCMV-encoded m157 protein in NK cell anti-viral response" in the Microbiology & Immunology Discipline Seminar room, Friday, 04 November 2011 at 9:00am. The Ly49H activating NK cell (...)

15:00 - EVENT - Walk Around the Globe for Brain Tumours : Australian Genomics and Clinical Outcomes of Glioma Walk for Awareness Website | More Information
The Australian Genomics and Clinical Outcomes of Glioma has organsied a 3km walk through King's Park at part of the International Brain Tumour Alliance's Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours.

The walk starts and finishes at the Saw Avenue picnic area, there will be afternoon tea (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Failing Better/Failing Worse : Free public talk with John Freeman Website | More Information
Bertrand Russell has suggested that learning begins with inarticulate certainty and moves towards articulate doubt. Creative endeavour requires doubt, and failure: studios and workshops open spaces for it, practitioners accept it as an ever-present possibility, a state to embrace, or as the (...)

16:00 - ORATION - 2011 WESFARMERS HARRY PERKINS ORATION : DO OUR CLINICIANS NEED TO BE CLEVERER OR DO WE THE PEOPLE NEED TO BE SMARTER Website | More Information
Professor Smith is the Vice-President (Research) at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Founding Dean of the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore.

Professor Smith’s address will focus on the changing face of health care and the need for improved integration between (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Grads presents Arthur Miller's All My Sons : Dolphin Theatre November 4 to 12th 2011 Website | More Information
Directed by Barry Park, a compelling family drama about betrayal, guilt and greed - and a terrible secret revealed at the Dolphin Theatre, UWA beginning the 4th of November 2011. Starting at 7.30pm (Sunday 6th November -2pm matinee) Tickets on sale at BOCS at only $25 or $20 concession.
Saturday 05
9:45 - EVENT - EVENT : WA Junior Maths Olympiad Website | More Information
UWA, with the Australian Mathematical Olympiads Committee, is hosting the 2011 WA Junior Mathematics Olympiad for all bright Year 9 and exceptional Year 8 students. The aim of the competition is to identify the most gifted students in Mathematics, with great prizes on offer for the winners.
Monday 07
8:30 - EVENT - UWA Co-op Bookshop Sale : UWA Co-op Bookshop Book Last Chance Sale More Information
The Co-op Bookshop Sale finishes Tuesday November 15th. All Sale Books now 50% off Marked Sale Price. Last chance to grab a bargain from the huge range of gifts, reference books and fiction for summer reading. Co-op Members receive Member prices on Sale books.

Opening Hours: 8.45am-5.30 (...)

18:30 - PRESENTATION - Engineering Information Evenings : If your passion is to become an engineer, then give yourself a great career start and study engineering at UWA. Website | More Information
A UWA engineering qualification combines practical and theoretical learning in an exciting and engaging environment that will make you a sought-after graduate, with an internationally recognised education.

To find out more about how to become an engineer, come along to one of our free (...)
Tuesday 08
19:30 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the Library Speaker : A Mania for Manuscripts-Sir Thomas Phillipps world's greatest collection More Information
Sir Phillipps spent 60 years assembling a vast collection of medieval manuscripts - approx 60,000 items. After his death the collection was broken up and sold.
Wednesday 09
12:00 - SYMPOSIUM - “The Conversation” : Andrew Jaspan, Editor of “The Conversation” will talk about his experiences. More Information
Launched in March 2011, The Conversation is an independent source of information, analysis and commentary from the university and research sector.

Speaker Bio: Andrew is a co-founder The Conversation. He previously edited The Age, The Observer (London), The Scotsman and Scotland on (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : "Recent developments in Human Rights in Australia" Website | More Information
Australia unlike most other parts of the Western world does not have a national comprehensive Human Rights law. However, there have been some recent developments in case law in Australia, based on a patchwork of Commonwealth and State statutes which indicate that there are at least some protections (...)

19:00 - SEMINAR - Mature-age Information Session : Learn about the various ways that you can gain entry into UWA as a mature-age student. Website | More Information
Mature-age entry provides flexibility for entering UWA, particularly if you don't have any previous academic results. Anyone who is 20 or over on 1 March of the year of entry qualifies for our mature-age entry pathways. This information session will provide guidance to mature-age students to help (...)
Sunday 13
16:00 - PERFORMANCE - Symphony by the Bay : Outdoor Orchestral Performance by Perth Symphony Orchestra and feature artists Website | More Information
Celebrate the start of Summer at Symphony by the Bay: an uplifting celebration of Orchestral works performed by the Perth Symphony Orchestra and a selection of guest soloists including celebrated soprano, Sara Macliver, and violin virtuoso Paul Wright, conducted by Jessica Gethin.

Brin (...)
Monday 14
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Burn Care of the Future : Can We Think Ourselves Whole? Website | More Information
A public lecture by Fiona Wood FRACS AM, Winthrop Professor, Burn Injury Research Unit, School of Surgery, UWA and Chair, The McComb Research Foundation.

Winthrop Professor Fiona Wood AM is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing in the field of burn care, trauma and scar (...)
Wednesday 16
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : The contribution of soil N2O emissions to the carbon footprint of wheat and biodiesel production in Western Australia Website | More Information
Correctly accounting for soil nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions is necessary when assessing the carbon footprint of agricultural and bioenergy cropping systems. Although soil N2O emissions appear low in relation to N fertiliser inputs [e.g., 1.0% if Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (...)
Thursday 17
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Public Lecture at UWA: KIMBERLEY CLIMATE AND PEOPLE: THE LAST 100,000 YEARS : 3rd annual Kimberley Foundation Australia public lecture More Information
WHAT CLIMATIC VARIATION HAS PREVAILED SINCE THE FIRST PEOPLE ARRIVED IN AUSTRALIA? DID ABORIGINAL FOREST BURNING AFFECT THE AUSTRALIAN SUMMER MONSOON? WHAT IMPACT HAVE PEOPLE HAD ON KIMBERLEY CLIMATES?
Friday 18
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - The Museum of Human Disease; Know Your Enemy : Friday afternoon seminar at SymbioticA Website | More Information
This talk will be about the tension the Museum of Human Disease faces between acts of law and being interesting. And will link this to the types of ways art fits into trying to resolve these tensions.

Derek Williamson is currently manger of the Museum of Human Disease at the University (...)
Wednesday 23
8:45 - SYMPOSIUM - WA Synchrotron Symposium - * HEALTH * INDUSTRY * BASIC RESEARCH * : One-day meeting for interested, new and experienced synchrotron users. Website | More Information
What research can be performed at a synchrotron? What are WA scientists achieving at synchrotrons? What opportunities are there for cutting edge research in MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES, and for WA's INDUSTRY?

This one-day symposium, 23rd November at UWA's University Club, is suited for (...)

9:30 - SEMINAR - Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Seminar More Information
The Centre for Research Excellence in Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing invites staff, students and members of the public to attend a seminar.Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson is presenting Bodies that Matter: Performing White Possession on the Beach, and Associate Professor Len Collard is presenting (...)

12:00 - - ECONOMICS: BOOK LAUNCH : THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY Website | More Information
You are cordially invited to attend a book launch with Professor Chetan Ghate, our next Growth Zone Visitor.

Professor Ghate will give an overview of his book, The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Economy, and Indian reforms.  He will discuss India’s remarkable economic growth and key (...)


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