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.

AMRI Seminar Series #1

Anja Divljan © 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. 

February 12

  • 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”

March 12

  • 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”

April 9

  • 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”

May 14

  • 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”

June 11

  • Chris Reid (AMRI): TBA
  • Michael Batley (AMRI): TBA

July 16

August 27

September 17

  • TBA

October 15

  • Mandy Reid (AMRI)TBA

November 12

  • Student Forum: a half day forum of 15 minute presentations from the wide range of students supervised by our staff.

December 10

  • TBA


Contact us

Please email Robin Torrence or call her on (02) 9320 6401.

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