Cathy Foley, CSIRO Chief Scientist: UTS Lecture and Q&A

Join the UTS Faculty of Science as they CSIRO Chief Scientist, Dr Cathy Foley – who will present a lecture and Q&A session at UTS, with a focus on promoting science, STEM and women in science. When: Monday 4 March, 10.30am-12.15pm 10.30am Lecture: A vision...

GenWomen: Scientists smashing the glass ceiling

Most people think ‘man’ when they think ‘scientist’ – but what does a scientist really look like? Join us as we celebrate leading women scientists who will share their personal stories on being a successful woman in a male-dominated field. Hear the different...

Getting Fishy in a Warmer World

Join UTS PhD candidate Ellery Johnson for a fascinating discussion about what changing marine environments mean for fish. There are deep links between the land and water. As rivers flow to the sea, they collect and carry a whole lot of stuff including carbon, which...

Will coral reefs survive climate change?

In this International Year of the Reef, join Marine Ecologist, Professor David Booth, and Marine Bio-Geochemist, Dr Emma Camp for UTS Science in Focus: Will coral reefs survive climate change? The world’s coral reefs are under threat. Environmental changes such as...

Lens on Health: Indigenous and Western Views

Watch, listen and experience how artists and scientists share knowledge of relationships between the health of environments and human health: physical, emotional, spiritual. Stories about health often focus on the optimal biological functioning of individual people in...