Date(s) - 08/07/2016 - 09/07/2016
Challenges and Opportunities for Human Evolution Research in SE Asia and Australasia
The symposium is linked to the official launch of the Research Centre of Human Evolution at Griffith University. The symposium reviews the current research on human evolution research in SE Asia and Australasia and provides a platform to develop research synergies between Australian researchers, colleagues from SE Asia, and overseas. Invited speakers include Prof François Sémah, Paris; Prof Chris Stringer, London; Prof Eske Willerslev (Copenhagen).
The symposium will be held at the Griffith University South Bank Campus which is located at the Brisbane River, opposite of Brisbane’s CBD. Participants are invited to an evening event at the historical Brisbane Town Hall, including a public lecture by Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum London), the reception of the official launch of the Centre, and conference dinner.
Cost: $250, includes all lunches, coffee/tea breaks, and events in Brisbane Town Hall: public lecture by Chris Stringer, official launch of the Centre with reception, and conference dinner
For more details and to register, please visit the website.
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