Events

September 2018

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  • Science and the City
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  • ‘Southern Hemisphere Influenza and Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) and beyond’
  • The Life and Times of Supervolcanoes
  • Truth is our only weapon - critical thinking and post-truth
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  • Relational Space: Farewell symposium for Professor Donna Rose Addis
  • Tackling Diet-related Disease in New Zealand - the need, the evidence, the priorities
  • How wiki works
  • Earthquake narratives – Our stories
  • The Life and Times of Supervolcanoes
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  • Can the bicycle save the city?
  • How are we doing with end of life care?
  • From vagrant to resident
  • The Life and Times of Supervolcanoes
  • The Lucy Cranwell Lecture 2018
  • Wellbeing & Public Policy
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  • Indigenous knowledge and climate change
  • The state of the climate, with reference to the global situation and to NZ’s role
  • Gender balance in STEM
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  • Otago Spotlight Series: Infectious Disease Research
  • Kei a tui tōna kōkō
  • Glaciers and ice sheets in a changing climate
  • Hochstetter lecture: The Pounamu Terrance
  • Aviation weather: surface to stratosphere
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  • The Life and Times of Supervolcanoes
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  • Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Claudine Stirling
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  • Into the Underworld Exhibition 2018
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  • Sharks - Inside and out
  • Sharks - Inside and out
  • Sharks - Inside and out
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  • Sevengill Shark Dissection
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  • Public lecture - Using Smartphones to Address Health Inequity
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  • “It feels like being trapped in an abusive relationship”: Bullying prevalence and consequences in the NZ senior medical workforce; a cross-sectional study
  • Sex, gender and power in New Zealand: 125 years of women's politics
  • Public lecture: This Little Kidney Went to Market: Historical perspectives on buying human organs for transplantation
  • Dirty Politics and Dirty Policing?
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  • Celebrating Women: Suffrage 125
  • Ornamental to detrimental: the invasion of New Zealand by non-native plants
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  • "It's still alive!": Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and its biomedical legacy
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  • "Speaker of the House of Representatives": Role and Reform”
  • The Labour-led Government: One year on
  • Our Lives Online
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  • Thirst for Knowledge: Artificial Intelligence
  • The criminalisation of poverty in New Zealand
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  • Reweaving species: The role of interactions in ecological restoration
  • Looking for Life in the Solar System
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  • Advances in Brain Imaging
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