[ASC-media] ECU Natural Sciences: seminar October 25 and in the news
n.bordas at ecu.edu.au
Fri Oct 18 03:12:29 PDT 2013
Greetings, Science Fans!
The next date in our free Seminar Series is next Friday October 25 at 3.30pm in room 19.143 (Building 19 of our Joondalup campus, map available upon request). Our speaker is Glenn Shiell, a quantitative ecologist from Oceanica. Full abstract may be requested closer to the event.
No need to register attendance, but a courtesy message to (08) 6304 5116 would be appreciated for catering/venue purposes. If you're attending for the first time, please RSVP so I can send you a map with parking details and put out some direction signs.
Here's an updated schedule for the rest of the year (subject to change):
November 1: AIMS Townsville visiting researcher Nicole Webster
November 8: ECU researcher Amanda Wheeler
November 22: ECU chemistry lecturer Dr Magda Wajrak
ECU Natural Sciences researchers have featured in the news of late. Professor Paul Lavery's examination of the carbon value in Australia's seagrasses continues to make the news, Associate Professor Glenn Hyndes was consulted about recent shark activity and our PhD candidate Tim Doherty has been interviewed about WA's new Cat Act on Radio National. According to host Waleed Aly Tim even has the potential to become Australia's leading feral cat consultant! Details of news articles are available on request. Follow Tim on Twitter at @kyloring and more at @ECUWildlifeLab
Hope to see you at ECU!
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