August 26, 2008

02 Water Wednesday – Desalination options for Australia

Posted in Adelaide, Podcasts, science, Water at 6:06 am by cminge


Check out the new audio available from the Second Water Wednesday seminar that was held on 2 July in the Florey Lecture Theatre, Medical School North, Frome Road at 5:30-6:45pm.

• Desalination Options in Australia: Finding the Best Technical Mix
Mr Rod Naylor, Executive Director, Veolia Water Australia

For more information visit the website.

Water Wednesday

A special forum presented by the
Water Research Cluster
of the University of Adelaide

The Water Balance and our Water Future

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August 25, 2008

OPEN DAY SUCCESS!!

Posted in Adelaide, science tagged at 7:26 am by cminge

Well, it’s hard to believe, but the 2008 University of Adelaide’s Open Day has come and gone. A wonderful day of fabulous weather was enjoyed by all, and many sincere thanks are extended to all of the hard working individuals who helped the Faculty of Sciences put together their best marquee yet!

As promised there were many diverse, hands-on activities including some great experiments from the Physics and Chemistry crew!

August 12, 2008

01 Water Wednesday – Finding the best policy mix

Posted in Uncategorized at 9:19 am by mseyfang

Listen to audio from the Second Water Wednesday seminar that was held on 2 July in the Florey Lecture Theatre, Medical School North, Frome Road at 5:30-6:45pm.

• Water Management Options for South Australia: finding the best policy mix
Mr Ian Kowalick, Independent Commissioner,
Murray-Darling Basin Commission

For more information visit the website.

Water Wednesday

A special forum presented by the
Water Research Cluster
of the University of Adelaide

The Water Balance and our Water Future

August 7, 2008

University of Adelaide’s OPEN DAY

Posted in Adelaide, science, youth tagged , , , , at 2:44 am by cminge

What are you doing on Sunday August 17, 10am-4pm???

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Well, the University of Adelaide has it’s annual Open Day! The North Tce campus will come alive, and we want everyone to come to the Sciences Marquee to see all the exciting and fabulous activities, tours and talks on offer.

Open Day is an ideal opportunity for future students to come along and see what it is like to study at the University of Adelaide, as well as a chance for members of the public to come and chat to academics and students about all the research and teaching available.

You can see wild things like:

MAKE YOUR OWN SLIME

LASER GRAFFITI

CRITTERS AND CREATURES

EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

For more information, check out the Open Day website! We hope to see you there!!