1. The 2010 Lowy Lecture: Science and Australia's place in the world

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    On Thursday 18 November, Dr Megan Clark, Chief Executive of CSIRO, delivered the 2010 Lowy Lecture on Australia in the World. In her lecture, 'Science and Australia's place in the world',…

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    • Cutting Edge Lecture: Devil Facial Tumour Disease

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      Associate Professor Greg Woods (University of Tasmania) and Dr Tony Papenfuss (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) talk about their work on the cancer afflicting Tasmanian Devils.

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      • 20140611 Science and Pretzels Mark Howden Climate Adaptation in Australia: Successes, Failures and Lessons Learnt

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        Dr. Mark Howden is Chief Research Scientist and Theme Leader for Adaptive Primary Industries, Enterprises and Communities at CSIRO. He specailizes in the impacts of climate variability…

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        • Pep Canadell (CSIRO): 'Global Warming and long-term climate trends'

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          On Saturday 20 August 2011, CSIRO Discovery Centre in association with the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) presented a full-day workshop A WARMING EARTH - WHAT…

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          • 2012 Malcolm McIntosh Lecture: The Accelerating Universe

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            On 4 April, 2011 Nobel Laureate Prof Brian Schmidt delved into the history of the universe, explaining how astronomers used observations to trace our universe's history back more than 13 million years.

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            • Seminar: August 5, 2010: 'Social science and climate adaptation – some starting points' Dr Nadine Marshall, CSIRO

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              Primary enterprises and industries including agriculture, forestry, fisheries and mining, are highly vulnerable to climate change because of their dependency on climate-sensitive natural resources…

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              • Ross Garnaut Address: CSIRO Greenhouse 2011

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                Ross Garnaut reviews state of climate science uncertainty and makes an economic case for Australia to set a price for carbon at the CSIRO Greenhouse Forum held in Cairns, April 2011. "I…

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                • Prof Will Steffen (ANU): 'Ecological impacts of Global Warming'

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                  Prof Will Steffen from the Australian National University presents on the ecological impacts of global warming at the symposium A WARMING EARTH: WHAT THE COST OF DOING NOTHING at CSIRO

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                  • Assoc Prof Janette Lindesay (ANU): 'Global Warming and Australian Climate Drivers'

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                    From the symposium A WARMING EARTH: WHAT THE COST OF DOING NOTHING? staged at CSIRO Discovery Centre on 20 August 2011. Australian National University (ANU) Associate Professor Janette…

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