Many of our public lectures are recorded. If you've missed one of our recent lectures, you can access recordings via our previous lectures pages.
The Institute of Advanced Studies hosts a selection of public lectures by prominent local, national and international speakers.
|21 Oct||6pm||Impacts of enhanced UV-B radiation on the ocean ecosystems||Susana Agustí, Professorial Fellow, UWA Oceans Institute, and Research Professor, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (IMEDEA)|
|23 Oct||6pm||Afghanistan – Axis of World History - Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures Series||Alison Betts, Professor of Silk Road Studies, University of Sydney|
|25 Oct||2pm||Celebrating Oceans Initiatives 2014|
|27 Oct||6.30pm||A Future Made Together: New directions in the ethics of autism research||Liz Pellicano, Director, Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE), Institute of Education, University of London|
|28 Oct||6pm||A decade of developments in tsunami science and warning systems since the 2004 Sumatra event||Charitha Pattiaratchi, Winthrop Professor of Coastal Oceanography, UWA|
|30 Oct||6pm||Defining Humanity: Photography, humanitarianism and empire||Jane Lydon, Inaugural Wesfarmers Chair in Australian History, UWA|
|4 Nov||6pm||WA on the threshold - new understanding, new discoveries and new opportunities with the SKA||Peter Quinn, Director of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR)|
|11 Nov||6pm||Was self-government for Western Australia based on a betrayal of Indigenous people?||Ann Curthoys, Honorary Professor of History, University of Sydney and 2014 IAS Short-Stay Visiting Fellow|
|18 Nov||6pm||Emerging biosciences capacity in Africa: Case study of the Regional Cassava Viruses Disease Diagnostic Project||Joseph Ndunguru, Molecular Plant Virologist, Mikocheni Agricultural Research Institute (MARI), Tanzania|