University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/22/2017 at 01:12. Facebook
A big congratulations to University of Tasmania alumnus Luke McGregor, whose Tassie-centric show Rosehaven is coming back for a second season! AND "Rosehaven" will air in the United States!

Luke spent seven years at #UTAS, studying a range of subjects before graduating with a combined Bachelor of #Arts and Bachelor of #Economics degree in 2007. Read his story here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas
A big congratulations to University of Tasmania alumnus Luke McGregor whose Tassiecentric
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/19/2017 at 06:45. Facebook
"This world-leading science has significantly reduced disease, shortened larval duration and overcome many long standing density and metamorphosis challenges." (Associate Professor Greg Smith.)

It’s been called the holy grail of #aquaculture. Sustainable rock #lobster industry now possible after 17 years of research advances: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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This worldleading science has significantly reduced disease shortened larval dur
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/17/2017 at 05:29. Facebook
Do you know that raised blood pressure causes about 9.4 million deaths each year worldwide? And Tasmania has the highest prevalence of high blood pressure of all Australian states and territories?

Our Menzies Institute for Medical Research has hit the streets for global May Measurement Month (MMM17)! So far more than 400 people around Hobart have had their blood pressure taken. These results...
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Do you know that raised blood pressure causes about 94 million deaths
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/16/2017 at 23:37. Facebook
It’s a contemporary issue that almost everyone has a strong opinion on.

Dr Louise Richardson-Self, Lecturer in Philosophy and Gender Studies in the University’s School of Humanities, examines the issue of same-sex marriage in her book "Justifying Same-Sex Marriage: A Philosophical Investigation."

“My book focuses on thinking through how we can recognise difference without denying parts of...
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/15/2017 at 23:48. Facebook
It's hard to believe this footage was taken on one of the world’s most remote islands.

“What’s happened on Henderson Island shows there’s no escaping plastic pollution even in the most distant parts of our oceans." (Dr Jennifer Lavers, IMAS.)

The beaches of Henderson Island have been found to be polluted with the highest density of plastic debris reported anywhere on the planet, in a study...
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
05/15/2017 at 01:34. Facebook
Fancy cruising around in a yacht with a convertible roof, a lounge facility for 13, a whisky nook, and a bathroom? The Australian Maritime College graduates have you covered! Matthew Craze and Andrew Fearman both studied Marine Engineering at the AMC. Their studies introduced them to the maritime field – and set them up to make their mark in industry: [ Bit.ly Link ] #AMC #maritimeengineering...
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Fancy cruising around in a yacht with a convertible roof a lounge
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“I’m doing this not just for myself but also for all women scientists and the next generation.” (Justine Barrett, scientist.)

Two University of Tasmania researchers are preparing for an Antarctic voyage of a lifetime with the Homeward Bound program, which aims to boost the number of women in leadership positions in science. With each voyager asked to raise $25,000 towards their costs of their...
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Im doing this not just for myself but also for all women
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Some HUGE rugby news! Rio 2016 gold medallist Ellia Green along with her Australian Women’s Sevens teammates Georgie Friedrichs, and Shanice Parker will represent the University of Tasmania in the 2017 AON Uni 7s Series and you could join them! We’re recruiting now for girls to complete our squad, and no rugby experience is necessary! Just turn up in your athletics gear to one of our Talent...
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Some HUGE rugby news Rio 2016 gold medallist Ellia Green along with
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Happy International Nurses Day! #weareutas #nursing #nurse #InternationalNursesDay

Find out about studying Nursing with us! Visit: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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"Located within Glenorchy, MONA is in one of the most disadvantaged municipalities in Tasmania. So who goes to MONA? A survey of 6,411 visitors shows that, despite its geographical location, most are middle class, tertiary educated and hold highly skilled jobs." Lecturer in Human Geography (Planning) Dr Kate Booth asks, who really goes to MONA? [ Bit.ly Link ] The Conversation #research...
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Located within Glenorchy MONA is in one of the most disadvantaged municipalities
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The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery Artrage 2016 Collection will be presented by the Tasmanian College of the Arts at the Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street during May.

Works by 101 students from 2016’s years 11 and 12, from 21 colleges around the state are represented in this exhibition.
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery Artrage 2016 Collection will be

Artrage 2016 Collection

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First year #Science student Lachlan Dick, 18, who majors in chemistry and geology, will represent Australia as the only Tasmanian competing in the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair being held in Los Angeles this May! He will present his project, Salinity Solutions, which investigates the remediation of salt-affected soil, at the competition.

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First year Science student Lachlan Dick 18 who majors in chemistry and
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Science and technology are all around us, but are often overlooked in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. How can we understand the role of science and technology in our society? What is the relationship between science, technology, and humanity? Do science and technology drive social change, or do humans? This lecture by Dr Peta Cook will appeal to anyone with an interest in science and...
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"My job changes day to day. I’m not just at the desk all the time. I’ve been to a few field days, I have meetings off site, and I get to meet such a broad range of people within the agricultural sector, not just in Tasmania but interstate as well." Elle Davis made a spontaneous choice to study #Agricultural #Science, and it turned out to be “the best decision” she ever made! [ Bit.ly Link...
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Would you buy a bruised banana? Many shoppers won’t. And that is having a huge impact on the banana industry. PhD candidate Indika Fernando is researching how to improve banana quality in the post-harvest supply chain...using a model truck! [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #utas #universityoftasmania #agriculture #agriculturalscience
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Did you know greenhouse cultivation is a relatively new practice of food production in Australia? PhD candidate Dianfan Zhou is going to help bring our country up to speed! [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #PhD #research #agriculturalscience #TIA #agriculture
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"The degree at the University of Tasmania gives you the ability to walk straight into a surveying firm and hit the ground running." PhD candidate Anna Riddell has travelled the world in her career as a surveyor, but she's returned to the University to investigate vertical land motion and how the Australian tectonic crust is moving in space: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Surveying and Spatial Sciences...
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“What gave me motivation was knowing that they would be using the report to actually do something real. I was working on a project to change people’s lives." #Economics and #Business student Niels used a hands-on internship experience to help a not-for-profit organisation prove their value: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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