Open Day is one of the most exciting occasions on the University of Tasmania calendar. It’s our chance to open our campuses to the community, and showcase the unique lifestyle and quality study opportunities we offer. At Open Day you will have the chance to explore the Medical Science Precinct and hear what University life is like from the experts: our students, staff, and graduates.
There will be lots of information on study options, scholarships, pathways, and careers. There will also be a range of family-friendly activities and informative presentations and demonstrations. For example, join Tassie devil researcher Dr Andy Flies from Menzies to find out how glow-in-the-dark proteins are helping the Devils. Andy will be demonstrating the use of fluorescent proteins to light up our view of the immune system and cancer. In this hands-on activity, Andy will show how these proteins are being used to develop a vaccine for the Tasmanian Devil facial tumour disease.
Medical Science Precinct
17 Liverpool St Hobart
A free, fun event for anyone interested in STEM, the Festival of Bright ideas showcases science, tech, engineering, maths, arts and more. Come see, play, eat, drink, and interact with Menzies PhD students who will tell you something surprising about the amazing human body.
FOBI takes place at Princes Wharf 1, Salamanca.
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Save the date! - September 13, 2018
Debate time: 5.30pm – Pre-event drinks and canapes
6pm-7.30pm - Debate
Debate venue: Main lecture theatre (LT2), Medical Science Precinct, 17 Liverpool St, Hobart
Debate moderator: Bernie Hobbs, ABC Science
To register to attend the Menzies Debate call 6226-7700. Watch this space for further details!