Events

October 2020

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  • Climate Change – Striking a Balance
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  • Climate smart landscapes
  • Strengthening adaptation planning and action to climate-related health impacts in Pacific Islands: What we can learn from Tonga
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  • Big data: Transparency and reliability - Professor Tim Dare
  • UC Connect: Shaved heads and sonnenrads
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  • Meaningful research, meaningful lives
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  • MBIE 2021 Endeavour Fund Virtual Roadshows
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  • Predicting refuges from myrtle rust
  • Tourism and Covid-19: Challenges and opportunities for rural communities
  • MBIE 2021 Endeavour Fund Virtual Roadshows
  • Making Life Better - Inaugural Lecture by Professor Andrew Taberner
  • 'Tall Nettles: from plant collecting in Africa to nutrition research in New Zealand'
  • Education and early intervention for children on the autism spectrum
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  • Our place in the universe
  • Learning to adapt to changes in this dynamic world - Yun Sing Koh
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  • When spacetime trembles - forensic statistics of black hole mergers
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  • Building Rockets at Rocket Lab
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  • MBIE 2021 Endeavour Fund Virtual Roadshows
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  • Taking a Well-Being Approach to Soil Health
  • Covid-19 - Risk or Reward?
  • The impacts of environmental change on sea ice communities in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.
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  • Canterbury Forum – Gene Editing
  • Sea Level Law: Case studies on council liabilities for sea-level rise
  • Social media, AI, and society: Some psychological insights - Associate Professor Kumar Yogeeswaran
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  • A memoir from the frontlines of Global Disease Eradication, Children’s Health and Ending Smoking
  • TPW: Te Marau Hangarau me te Rangahau mā Tātou
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  • COVID-19 vaccine development – from warp speed to universal vaccines.
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  • Are we losing the “social licence to farm”?
  • Book launch: An Exquisite Legacy
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  • Unravelling the web of life: Species interactions in a changing world
  • Leadership in the Digital World - Panel Discussion
  • Cawthron Institute’s 77th Annual Thomas Cawthron Memorial Lecture
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