Date: 30 Jun 2021
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Level 4, 50 Kitchener Street, Auckland CBD
Registration is essential
As the oceans warm, what’s happening to the marine species beneath the waves?
Join us at an upcoming alumni lecture at the University’s Auckland premises on the evening of Wednesday 30 June.
Hear about some of our latest research from award-winning marine biologist Dr Christopher Cornwall.
Fresh from his Prime Minister’s MacDiarmid Emerging Scientist Prize, he’ll share what we’re learning about how the world’s coral reefs, marine algae and the species that depend on them will respond to ocean acidification.
There’s good news – thanks to the adapabilty of organisims – but still challenges ahead. Whether you have a background in the sciences or just enjoy catching up on the latest research, hear the full story during this deep dive into the big blue sea.
There’ll also be the opportunity to catch up with fellow graduates during the event over light refreshments.
There is no charge for this event, but places are limited.
Please register via the button above at your earliest convenience to ensure you don’t miss out.
For more information contact: Heidi Stedman
Victoria University of Wellington, 18 June 2021. More information.