…edu (STEM Blitz February 2017). Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich is interested in biotic, environmental/climatic change, with emphasis on the late Neoproterozoic (600-540 mybp) and late Mesozoic and Cainozoic (150 mybp to present day). Her research and that of her students investigates the appearance of multicelled organisms and hard skeletons/shells in the late Neoproterozoic with field work in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Argentina, Namibia and the White Sea of Russia. She leads the UNESCO International Geosciences Program IGCP 587 with 120 participants from 20 countries and has organized many exhibitions that travel globally including The Rise of Animals, Wildlife of Gondwana, The Artist and the Scientists, Dinosaurs of Darkness), bringing research science to the public, visited by millions of people around the world. She holds an Order of Australia for her research work and science communication efforts, especially with primary and pre-primary age groups and is the Director of PrimeSCI! based at Swinburne (Want…
We have been plotting the history of life around the world and climate over more than 1 billion years. Tonight we will zero in on a time when the Earth's first animals came into the picture - at a time when the planet was in the grips of a massive glaciation, Snowball Earth - which is likely better named Slushball Earth. Presented on Friday 7 July 2017.
The Open Door 1955 - The Magazine of the Swinburne Technical College.
The Open Door 1957 - The Magazine of the Swinburne Technical College.
Swinburne Graduation Ceremony held 29th March 2017 10.30am at the Melbourne Convention Centre, presided over by University Councillor Andrew Dix. Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Swinburne Research.
Swinburne Graduation Ceremony held 29th March 2017 2.00pm at the Melbourne Convention Centre, presided over by University Councillor Geraldine Farrell. Faculty of Business and Law.
Swinburne Graduation Ceremony held 29th March 2017 5.30pm at the Melbourne Convention Centre, presided over by Graham Goldsmith, Chancellor. Pathways and Vocational Education, Faculty of Health, Arts and Design, Swinburne Research.