The Royal Society of Tasmania – Lecture Program for 2015
3rd March Matt King Continental loss: The quest to determine Antarctica’s contribution to sea-level change
8th April John Thorne and Ian Geard Food Plant Solutions Note: This is a Wednesday, due to Easter
5th May Friends of Maatsuyker Island
2nd June Nicki Tarulevicz A cultural history of food in Singapore
7th July Doctoral award winner
4th August Alison Alexander Jane Franklin: the real founder of the Royal Society of Tasmania
1st September David Wilson Limestone in Papua New Guinea
6th October Postgrad evening
3rd November Rachel Popelka-Filcoff Tracing the Past: Characterisation of Indigenous Australian Pigments to Understand Technology and Exchange
20th November Dr Brandon Menzies will present his research into thylacine DNA. Joint lecture with Association of Von Humboldt Fellows
All lectures, except the Winter Series, take place in the Royal Society of Tasmania Room, The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Davey Street (enter from Dunn Street) at 8 pm.
Winter Series is held in the Stanley Burbury Theatre, UTAS, Sandy Bay starting at 7.30 pm.