Events

September 2016

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  • NZ Psychological Society annual conference
  • A Materials History of the World
  • Cafe Scientifique: ‘Frozen secrets revealed’
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  • Maths Craft Festival
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  • A researcher's guide to understanding modern statistics
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives on Samoan biological responses to modernization: Evolutionary, genetic, nutritional and sociocultural factors
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  • A Materials History of the World
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  • Building Resilience - Int'l conference
  • Is NZ food safe? A toxicologist's view
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  • Is there a replication crisis in Psychology?
  • Sea level rise impact on thirty million
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  • Report launch: who are today's dads?
  • Brexit: a few from afar
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  • The creative navigator's compass
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  • A Materials History of the World
  • What New Zealanders need to know about bird flu: From the mutton bird to a cure for influenza
  • Once in a lifetime flu jab: could it be close?
14
  • Ageing Well: Stakeholders for action research partnership event
  • The making of the Maori middle ages
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  • Digital disruption: A Wellington case study
  • “Gold standard” versus research in practice: Practical examples from educational research
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  • HIV treatments update
  • Mind the Gap: Smoking, deprivation and Social movements
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  • Int'l Symposium on the Forensic Sciences
  • University of Otago, Christchurch - Health research open day
19
  • On Paper, On Air, Online: Women in the media
20
  • Otago Spotlight Series: Cardiovascular disease research
  • Digital Me and the Rise of Precision Medicine
  • In a changing world, will some ecosystems be lost forever?
  • Planning biodiverse cities for all ages
  • A sea of data: Critically evaluating the ocean's biggest challenge
  • Museums without borders: A manifesto
21
  • 'Always song in the water'. Some recent whale sightings in New Zealand art and literature.
  • Inaugural State of Public Health lecture
22
  • Unravelling the pathways of alcohol exposed pregnancies: Preliminary findings of the Women and Alcohol Study
  • The forensics of volcanic catastrophe – How to study large explosive eruptions
  • What New Zealanders need to know about bird flu: From the mutton bird to a cure for influenza
  • Expanding the construct: Explorations in the theoretical bases of language assessment
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  • What New Zealanders need to know about bird flu: From the mutton bird to a cure for influenza
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  • Oceanic crust spreading patterns around Zealandia
  • Translating the science of ageing into policy and practice?
  • Big Steps Forward: Osteoporosis and bone disease
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  • Distribution, trapping efficiencies and feeding trials for Kekewai, the native freshwater crayfish (Paranephrops zealandicus) in central Canterbury
  • Big Steps Forward: Osteoporosis and bone disease
30
  • Massey University Public Health Symposium 2016
  • Big Steps Forward: Osteoporosis and bone disease
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