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Research Advisory Forum 2014 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.
Research Advisory Forum 2014 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.
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21 Mar 2017
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David Bruce
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Registrations open for Showcase 2017

Registrations are now open for Research Driving Change - Showcase 2017.

Register Now

This event marks a milestone in the life of the Bushire and Natural Hazards CRC - the half way point in our cycle and a chance to review achievements and preview new projects.

The CRC is hosting the event in Adelaide on 4-5 July 2017. Everyone is welcome to register, not just CRC partners and researchers.

All attendees will take home a package of publications that summarise the key findings of each project and point to ongoing ways of participation in utilisation. Research Driving Change – Showcase 2017 will also introduce the new projects that are beginning this year.

The event will celebrate achievements and reaffirm the goals that will take the CRC through the next four years of national research into natural hazards.

Costs are $190 for anyone from a CRC partner organisations and $380 for anyone else. This includes the two day Showcase, catering during those days, and a dinner.

Register Now on the event webpage.

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Research Advisory Forum 2014 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.
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