Professional societies and expert groups create a diverse program of scientific content for South Australian audiences every year.

Coming up soon:

BirdLife Australia and Birds New Zealand bring you our biennial conference for all those interested in the study and conservation of Australasian birds.

Event details:
8 – 11 November 2018

Venue: Deakin University

Registrations now open

For more information, head to the website.

EcoTas 2017 is a joint conference of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society. The theme of this year’s conference is Putting ecology together.

EcoTas 2017 will bring together experts across the breadth of ecology. Attendees will be treated to presentations, panel discussions, workshops and field trips.

 

Event details:
26 November – 1 December 2017

Venue: Cypress Lakes, Hunter Valley, NSW

Calls for abstracts will open soon.

For more information, head to the website.

Citizen science practitioners, participants, thought leaders and decision makers will come together for the Australian Citizen Scientists Conference.

Featuring international keynote speakers Dr. Caren Cooper and Amy Robinson Sterling, along with Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr. Alan Finkel and Eureka prize winner Dr. Emilie Ens, the aim of #CitSciOz18 is to showcase best practice in citizen science and share project outcomes from across Australia and the world!

Event details:
7 – 9 February 2018

Venue: City West Campus UniSA

Registrations now open

For more information, head to the website.

South Australia hosts many science and STEM-themed forums, seminars and conferences every year.

Where can I find more forums, seminars and conferences?