Lectures and Presentations

  1. Professor Massimiano Bucchi from the University of Trento, Italy, is interested in the role of images to communicate science from ancient times to our digital age. He shared some iconic science images in a special series organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand on science communication: Talking Science. We was joined by Dr Chris McDowall.

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  2. Dr Giulio Selvaggi, one of the Italian scientists convicted for the information given before the 2012 L'Aquila earthquake, tells his story in a special series organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand on science communication: Talking Science.

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  3. Associate Professor Max Boykoff, from Colorado-Boulder University in USA, talks candidly about whether we are effectively communicating climate change issues in a special series organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand on science communication: Talking Science.

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  4. Professor Iain McCalman, University of Sydney, gave the 2015 New Zealand Aronui Lecture for the Royal Society of New Zealand, sharing historical stories about the people whose lives have been shaped by the Great Barrier Reef.

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  5. In this Ten by Ten talk Professor Colin Green from the University of Auckland tells the story of the development of Nexagon™, how it led to a new understanding of wound healing, and how this knowledge is developing into a novel approach to the development of cancer therapies that is generating international interest.

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