september, 2016

14sep6:00 pm9:00 pmShowcasing Victoria's Marine ScienceAn evening of exciting and inspiring talks from some of Victoria's leading marine scientists

Event Details

This is a public event which will include an evening of exciting and inspiring talks from some of Victoria’s leading marine scientists including:

  • David Kennedy – Coastal erosion friend or foe?
  • Mark Osborn – Aquatic microbes in the plastic age
  • Adela Harvey – Rhodoliths – Australia’s ‘new’ marine habitat
  • Graeme Hays – Giant sea turtle visitors to the Victorian coast
  • Hugh MacIntosh – Solving the mystery of the deep sea mushroom
  • Amanda Patterson – Why do colder mothers make bigger offspring?

Tickets are $10/$8 and limited, so book early.

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Proudly presented by AMSA Victoria and Museum Victoria




(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Melbourne Museum Theatre

Carlton Gardens, Melbourne

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