Don’t miss out! Bookings now open.
August 24, 2016
Dynamic challenge for top biodiversity researchers
Here’s an opportunity that doesn’t come up very often: eight of South Australia’s best biodiversity scientists presenting fast, image-based and fun presentations, plus drinks, nibbles, networking and door prizes.
You’d be mad to miss it!
In celebration of National Diversity Month, and guided by the PechaKucha format, individual speakers will talk for 20 seconds to each of 20 images.
That means there is only 6.6 minutes allocated to each presenter: there is no room for rambling, factually-dense endless sciencey monotony! So get excited…and book now, for this is sure to fill up fast.
The presenter lineup is fantastic:
- World-renowned fossil hunter and evolution expert Prof. John Long (Flinders University)
- Professional bee tracker Dr. Katja Hogendoorn (University of Adelaide)
- Underground and oceanic crustaceans specialist Dr. Rachael King (SA Museum)
- He who tracks trees of the past, present and future, Prof. Andrew Lowe (University of Adelaide)
- Watcher and analyser of animal behaviour, Prof. Sonia Kleindorfer (Flinders University)
- Tracer of animal movement and evolution, Prof. Steve Donnellan (SA Museum)
- Sea snake specialist Dr. Kate Sanders (University of Adelaide)
- Lizard lover, environment examiner and science communicator, Prof. Chris Daniels (UniSA)
We hope to see you there.