Royal Society of NSW Meeting Presentations

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2020

1287th OGM and Open Lecture - 7 October 2020
“Where now for the study of time?”
Professor Huw Price FRSN FBA FAHA
Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge

 

Southern Highlands Branch Meeting 2020-7 - 17 September 2020
“Philosophical Ethics in Schools: Plan and Paradox”
Adjunct Professor Sandra Lynch
Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame Australia

 

1286th OGM and Open Lecture - 2 September 2020
“The Dawn of Molecular Medicine—Gene Therapy: past, present and future”
Professor John Rasko AO
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the Centenary Institute, University of Sydney

 

Science Week 2020: The Periodic Table — 20 August 2020
“The Periodic Table: ‘.. a medley of haphazard facts falling into line and order’ (C. P. Snow)”
Emeritus Professor Brynn Hibbert AM FRSN
UNSW Sydney and the Royal Society of NSW

 

Science Week 2020: The COVID Curve in Context — 18 August 2020
“The COVID Curve in Context: or Back to the Future—something old and something new”
Emeritus Professor Robert Clancy AM FRSN
University of Newcastle and the Royal Society of NSW

 

1285th OGM and Open Lecture - 5 August 2020
“Growing Black Tall Poppies”
Professor Peter Radoll
Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, University of Canberra

 

Hunter Branch Meeting 2020 - 29 July 2020
“Architecture and the Cultivation of Vitality”
Professor Pia Ednie-Brown
School of Architecture & Built Environment, University of Newcastle

 

1284th OGM and Open Lecture - 8 July 2020
“Why Art Matters in Times of Crisis”
Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE FRSN
Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia

 

Annual Dinner 2020, Distinguished Fellow’s Lecture and 199th Anniversary — 27 June 2020
“Evidence and Education in a Post-Truth, Post-COVID World”
Professor Brian Schmidt AC FRS DistFRSN FAA
Vice-Chancellor, The Australian National University

1283rd OGM and Open Lecture — 3 June 2020
“Drinking for three: Mother, baby and society”
Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Elliott AM FRSN FAHMS
University of Sydney and the Sydney Children's Hospital Network (Westmead)

Hunter Branch Meeting 2020-2 — 27 May 2020
“COVID-19 and confusion: the story of a nasty but nice viral receptor”
Emeritus Professor Eugenie Lumbers AM FRSN FAA
University of Newcastle and the Hunter Medical Research Institute

[email protected] — 21 May 2020
“Ten: the mapping of Colonial Australia”
Emeritus Professor Robert Clancy AM FRSN
University of Newcastle and the Royal Society of NSW

1282nd OGM and Open Lecture — 22 April 2020
“Presidential Reflections—science stuff and the President's random path”
Emeritus Professor Ian Sloan AO FRSN
President, Royal Society of NSW

Speaking of Music ... The Magic of Solo Violin — 27 February 2020
A joint Royal Society of NSW and Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts Event
Dr David Hush FRSN and Anna Da Silva Chen

 

1281st OGM and Open Lecture — 4 March 2020
“Soils: the least understood part of science, yet vital for all of us”
Professor Robin Batterham AO
Kernot Professor, University of Melbourne

Slides (45): Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.

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