2010 Sydney Lecture Series

​Wednesday
17th February

​The Four Societies Lecture. Hosted by Australian Nuclear Association, Nuclear Panel of Engineers Australia, Australian Institute of Energy and The Royal Society of NSW

1178th Ordinary General Meeting

An Industry Update on Global Nuclear Power and the Opportunities for Australia

Dr Selena Ng, Areva NC, Australia

Venue: Engineers Australia Lecture Theatre, 8 Thomas St, Chatswood

Time: 5.30pm for 6.00pm
​Friday
12th March

​1179th Ordinary General Meeting & 143rd AGM with the Anniversary Address

Annual Dinner and Presentation of Awards for 2009

John Hardie, President of the Royal Society of NSW 2007-2010
​Wednesday
7th April

Science and Scientists in the Modern World

Professor Jill Trewhella, University of Sydney
Wednesday
5th May

1180th Ordinary General Meeting

The Weird World of Nanoscale Gold

A/Professor Mike Cortie​
Wednesday
2nd June

​1181st Ordinary General Meeting

Science for Gentlemen - The Royal Society of NSW in the Nineteenth Century

Dr Peter Tyler, Historian for the RSNSW
​Wednesday
7th July

​1182nd Ordinary General Meeting

Pluto and the Ueber-nerds

Dr Fred Watson, Anglo Australian Observatory
​Wednesday
4th August

​1183rd Ordinary General Meeting

The Dynamic Brain: Modelling Sleep, Wake, and Activity in the Working Brain


Professor Peter Robinson, University of Sydney
​Wednesday
1st September

​1184th Ordinary General Meeting

Long-term Changes in Solar Activity - Including the Current "Grand Minimum"

Dr Ken McCracken, Senior Research Associate, University of Maryland
​Wednesday
6th October

​1185th Ordinary General Meeting

Is the Climate Right for Nuclear Power?

Dr Ziggy Switkowski, ANSTO
​Wednesday
3rd November

​1186th Ordinary General Meeting

Powering the US Grid from Solar and Wind

Dr David Mills, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder of Ausra, Inc.
​Friday
26th November

1187th Ordinary General Meeting

2010 Liversidge Lecture in Chemistry

Professor John White CMG FAA FRS, Australian National University​
​December

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