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Computer Science & Mathematical Sciences Internships Information Session

The University of Adelaide is offering undergraduate students studying Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences an opportunity to do an internship course for credit in Semester 2.  

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Thinking Postgraduate?

Are you an undergraduate student starting to think about further study options? Talk to us about postgraduate coursework, honours and research.

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Mining resources beyond Earth – Fact versus Fantasy

A panel of experts with experience working at NASA and across the terrestrial resources, space and academic sectors will paint the picture of the mining in space activities currently underway.

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Bright Futures Society: Job Applications Workshop

This workshop event is an exciting opportunity to engage with professionals and learn about how to ensure your job application stands out for all the right reasons.

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Graduate info session: im.vision

im.vision are recruiting for graduate and final year roles, find out more at the information session: Wednesday 22 May.

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EEE School Seminar: All-dielectric resonant meta-optics and nanophotonics

Speaker: Yuri Kivshar, Nonlinear Physics Center, Australian National University, Canberra

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The South Australian Red Cross Youth Advisory Committee Presents: World Red Cross Day Seminar 2019

World Red Cross Day is held annually around the globe on 8 May, the day that Red Cross Red Crescent founder Henry Dunant was born.

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Waves and Ice: the far side of maths

Hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences, physical oceanographer/ocean engineer Dr Alberto Alberello will recount his adventures on an icebreaker in the Southern Ocean and discuss how maths can be applied to untangle aspects of complex marginal ice zone dynamics.

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