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The Sciences and Society breadth unit

UTAS is introducing breadth units in undergraduate degrees from Semester 2, 2014. One of the first of these new units, offered fully online, is KAA204 The Sciences and Society.

Released: 27 May 2014

Mitsui Educational Foundation Tour 2014

Mitsui & Co. (Australia) Ltd. invites university students to help promote mutual understanding and friendship between Australia and Japan by taking part in the 2014 Mitsui Educational Foundation Study Tour of Japan. 

Released: 05 May 2014

2014 Orientation

UTAS Orientation Week and Faculty of SET Orientation Hobart and Launceston Day Sessions will run from Monday 17 to Friday 21 February 2014.

Released: 07 Jan 2014

Opportunity knocks for UTAS professor on the rim of a Mars crater

Conclusive proof that water once flowed on the Martian surface has been found in a huge ancient impact crater named after Captain Cook’s ship.

A paper by an international team of researchers, which includes the University of Tasmania’s Professor Paulo de Souza, published by the prestigious journal Science, reports findings from an investigation of the rim’s stratigraphy by the rover Opportunity.

Released: 18 May 2012

UTAS professor has award-winning chemistry

Professor Emily Hilder from the UTAS School of Chemistry was awarded the LCGC Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award.


Released: 27 Apr 2012

Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture's Rice researcher wins $US200,000 scholarship

A PhD candidate has been awarded a scholarship by one of the world’s biggest agricultural companies.

Released: 27 Apr 2012

Discovery may allow plant breeders to ‘switch off’ flower production

A School of Plant science research project has discovered a new gene with an important role in generating flower-bearing structures (inflorescences) in plants.

Released: 27 Apr 2012

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