National Science Week is Australia's annual celebration of science and technology and to mark the occasion, we're bringing you free floor talks with University-based scientists.
Friday 19 August, 12.30–1pm
The University of Sydney has a long research interest in bees through the work of The BEE Lab. Join Dr Rosalyn Gloag and Caitlyn Forster in our Object/Art/Specimen exhibition as they discuss their research work on Australian bees, and their work both out in the field and in the lab.
About the speakers
Dr Rosalyn Gloag is a Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology, School of Life and Environmental Sciences.
Caitlyn Forster is a PhD candidate with the School of Life and Environmental Sciences
Friday 19 August, 1–1.30pm
How can we reconstruct the environments of the past? Join Dr Karen Privat and Dr Elizabeth Carter in our exhibition Object/Art/Specimen as they explore the processes and aims of palaeoenvironmental research and examines what advanced imaging and microscopy can teach us about our past and our future.
About the speaker
Dr Karen Privat is a Research Associate (SEM-based Imaging and Microanalysis) at the Electron Microscope Unit of The University of New South Wales.
Dr Elizabeth Carter is the Facility Manager, Vibrational Spectroscopy at Sydney Analytical.