Ever had a science question you needed answering and didnít know who to ask?
A new exercise physiology clinic is providing a much-needed service for those with chronic heart, lung & back conditions
A big thank you to the students who attended the last HLS Challenge event for 2013. The winners are...
Third year Exercise Science students offer FREE PERSONAL TRAINING in second semester to UTAS staff on the Newnham Campus
A Launceston research project has delivered groundbreaking results that will benefit millions of people worldwide.
Theatre and science are coming together in a way few would have ever imagined before.
Senior lecturer James Fell and exercise physiologist Dr Cecilia Shing answer questions on 'The Grill'
Be part of the Tassievore Eat Local Food Challenge, reconnect with your local food supply.
Pathology Week interactive laboratory tours for Grades 11 and 12 students - coming soon!
Dr Stephen Tristram and Dr Dale Kunde are conducting research into antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Anyone can take the challenge!
Dr Matt Driller, a graduate from HLS has contributed his expertise to the Australian Paralympic Team.
On Friday 31 August 55 senior secondary students from around the state attended the Human Life Sciences Taster Day
Become one of the first to volunteer to join a joint University of Tasmania-Launceston General Hospital research program
A big thanks to all those students who attended the last Challenge event.
Jarrod Wilson says the North West Coast of Tasmania holds a very special place for him.
It was with trepidation that Glenys Nicholls made the life changing decision to change her career.
Close to 300 people attended the annual gala event for the Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust.
Communities within the Tarime district of Tanzania will shortly benefit from the arrival of teaching resources.
Authorised by the Head of School, Human Life Sciences
26 October, 2011