Sydney meetings - 2007 - The Royal Society of NSW - Royal Society of NSW News & Events

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Sydney Meetings - 2007

​Friday
28th February

"A tale of two infrastructures:
the future of water and energy use in our cities"

The Four Societies Lecture

Professor Stuart White, Director of the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney.
​Friday
9th March

​The Royal Society of New South Wales Annual Dinner

Forum Restaurant, Darlington Centre, Sydney University
​Wednesday
2nd May

"World Heritage inscription of caves and karst"

A/Prof. Julia James, University of Sydney
​Wednesday
6th June

"Embryonic stem cell research in Australia: insights from the Lockhart review"

Prof. Peter Schofield, Director, Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute
​Tuesday
26th June

"Electro-mechanics of living cells and cell membranes in intense electric fields"

Prof. Hans Coster,
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Sydney

A joint event with the Australian Institute of Physics, at the Slade Lecture Theatre, School of Physics, University of Sydney.
​Wednesday
1st August

"From the crime scene to the courtroom: removing the Hollywood hype, what is forensics all about?"

Prof. Claude Roux,
Director, Centre for Forensic Science, University of Technology Sydney
​Wednesday
5th September

"Recent progress in quantum electronics: control of small electronic circuits by quantum rather than classical physics"

Prof. Alex Hamilton,
School of Physics, University of New South Wales
​Wednesday
3rd October

"The life science revolution: how engineering, cell biology and IT intersect"

Prof. Keith Williams,
co-founder of Proteome Systems, formerly Professor of Biology at Macquarie University
​Wednesday
7th November

"New earths, dark energy and giant telescopes: the future of Australian astronomy"

Prof. Matthew Colless,
Director, Anglo-Australian Observatory
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