July 27, 2018

Spend an evening with scientists as they share tales of the tree of life!

To celebrate Spring and National Biodiversity Month, Tree of life: a night of science will bring you extraordinary insights into evolution, extinction and the changing face of our Earth through the eyes of a handful of fabulous and fascinating South Australian scientists.

The evening will include four short presentations followed by an interval for refreshments and networking, and a panel discussion with Q&A. The night will be emceed by Professor John Long from Flinders University. Presenters include:

  • Assoc. Prof. Diego Garcia-Bellido, SA Museum & University of Adelaide
  • Prof. Gavin Prideaux, Flinders University
  • Dr. Laura Weyrich, University of Adelaide
  • Dr. Zoe Doubleday, University of Adelaide

 

Tree of life – a night of science is brought to you by Inspiring South Australia and the South Australian Museum.

Tree of life – a night of science is on for one night only on 12 September 2018 at the South Australian Museum. Tickets start at $10. For more information and to book, head to the Eventbrite page.

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