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Lunchbox Lecture Series: “Living in a biodiversity hotspot”

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Curtin University St Georges Terrace

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Perth, WA 6000

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Curtin University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering invites you to attend the Lunchbox Lecture Series as part of Research and Innovation Week 2017. Join John Curtin Distinguished Professor Kingsley Dixon as he presents his lecture, “Living in a biodiversity hotspot” on Wednesday 20 September.

We all know and appreciate our landscapes, wildflowers and native animals. But just how special is this place we call home? From the dawn of life itself to the astonishing richness of the southwest Australian biodiversity hotspot, Western Australians are blessed with sharing this place with some of the world’s most unique species. This potted history of life in Western Australia will take a journey from the mighty Pilbara to the intricate damp lands of the south coast and on the way, unlock the many and varied marvels that make this place so special.

Registration, networking and refreshments from 11.30am, lecture commences at 12.00pm.

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