Events

October 2018

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  • "This Little Kidney Went to Market": Buying and selling human body parts - Professor Susan Lederer
  • When mutations don’t get along: the influence of mutation interactions on evolutionary outcomes
  • An Evening with Dr Rod Carr: Creating knowledge – how different could it be? Universities in the mid 21st century
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  • The academic clinician: Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Patrick Manning
  • IT'S BROKE, SO LET’S FIX IT
  • 2018 Beatrice Hill Tinsley Lecture | Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
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  • Women Together in 1993 and 2018: Taking a fresh look at the history of women’s organisations in the context of women’s suffrage celebrations and feminism
  • Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture 2: New Zealand’s Pacific Futures Event as iCalendar
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  • Code a Robot dance-a-thon
  • Code a Robot dance-a-thon
  • Framing Frankenstein: Mary Shelley and the monster after 200 years
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  • Monitoring the health of our changing environment with microbial DNA
  • “Haunted by an astronomical ghost” – Why Psychology is such an average science
  • Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Greg Jones
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  • Biodiversity on Earth
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  • Older people with dementia and delirium
  • Implicit bias – perils and potential
  • CRISPR – Utopian or Dystopian?
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  • Ageing, (im)mobility and falling in urban environments
  • ‘Alternative’ Media: Does that mean anything new and what’s next? The power of framing and ideology
  • The Human Element movie screening and panel
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  • Beatrice Hill Tinsley 2018 Lecture Tour: “Dawn of Gravitational Wave Astronomy”
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  • Suffrage Songs recomposed
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  • Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Stephen Knowles
  • 5 in 5 on Climate Change
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  • Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture 4: Being an ally – male champions of change Event as iCalendar
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  • A question of scale: Human remains and reconstruction of the past Event as iCalendar
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  • Living the Change: Christchurch movie screening
  • Distinguished panel on climate change and migration in the Pacific
  • DAWN OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVE ASTRONOMY
  • Exploring the future direction of life course research in New Zealand
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