What's on: AMRI Seminar Series
The Australian Museum Research Institute hosts a monthly series of short talks showcasing current research at the Australian Museum.
- Event Type:
- Special event
- 01.00 PM to 02.00 PM
Each seminar consists of two 30-minute snapshots of new results or ongoing projects designed to keep our staff informed, but are also open to members of the public with an interest in scientific research.
- Mark McGrouther (AMRI): “A talk without talk – a tour by video of our fabulous collection(s) and much more”
- Alexey Solodovnikov (Natural History Museum of Denmark & AMRI Visiting fellow): “Rovebeetling the world”
- Andrew Glikson (Australian National University): “Milestones in the evolution of the atmosphere: the Anthropocene in perspective”
- Elena Kupriyanova (AMRI): “Written in Stone: History of Serpulids through Time”
- Richard Major (AMRI): “Islands in the city: safe haven or last stand? Conservation ecology of the White-fronted Chat”
- Jodi Rowley (AMRI): “Confusing small, brown frogs from Vietnam”
- Jim Specht (AMRI): “Exploring archaeological terra incognita: the Nakanai caves project, Papua New Guinea’”
- Jennie Lindbergh (AM Consulting): “New results from historical archaeology in Sydney”
- Chris Reid (AMRI): TBA
- Michael Batley (AMRI): TBA
- Australian Centre for Wildlife Genomics (Australian Museum): TBA
- Anja Divljan (AMRI): "Flying foxes, stress and Hendra."
- Mandy Reid (AMRI)TBA
- Student Forum: a half day forum of 15 minute presentations from the wide range of students supervised by our staff.
Please email Robin Torrence or call her on (02) 9320 6401.