Dinosaur News from the Royal Society of Tasmania
The Royal Society of Tasmania has put together a once-in-a-lifetime program of talks on the latest discoveries about dinosaurs and evolution. We have invited the top dinosaur experts from around Australia to present their recent research on these amazing animals that lived for 165 million years. You will also hear the latest theories on evolution of the species and the discoveries that Charles Darwin made when he visited Tasmania in 1836.
The Symposium is being run in parallel with an exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) called Dinosaur rEvolution; Secrets of Survival prepared by Gondwana Studios.
The morning program is designed for the general public, teachers and students 10 years and older, interested scientists and young aspiring scientists. It is delivered by experts in their field.
The afternoon program is more technical in nature, specifically for earth and biological scientists as well as teachers, but will be of interest to others wanting to learn more about dinosaurs, dinosaur art and evolution.
Flyers for and information about the symposium are available below.