Don’t be Sheepish About Meat Science

Date: September 2, 2015
Time: 5.30 - 6.30

Location:

The Brunswick Hotel
67 Liverpool Street, HOBART

Details:

University of Tasmania Research Week Special Event presented by Associate Professor Aduli Malau-Aduli.

LAMB CANAPES INCLUDED!
Free event

That lovely leg of lamb you’re eyeing off in the supermarket did not arrive there by mere chance. Animal and food scientists have long been working on genetics and nutrition to ensure sheep meat is the healthiest, tastiest, best-quality product possible. Associate Professor Aduli Malau-Aduli, known for his ability to make science fun, is an expert in animal science and genetics. He will be speaking about how his team work away at ensuring the finest quality lamb and mutton through the expression of fat-related genes.

Aduli’s presentation will also feature some delicious lamb canapes for you to sample – all in the name of science, of course.

Event is free but numbers are strictly limited. RSVP today via EventBrite to secure your ticket and remember to bring it along with you on the night.

We believe in the pursuit of knowledge and the potential of research, pure creative endeavour.

Here at the University of Tasmania, our research is bringing the world’s most advanced thinking and technologies to bear on tomorrow’s local and global challenges.

We invite researchers, industry professionals, our alumni, supporters and members of the community to come along to our week of free events, seminars and workshops to find out how we are making a difference.

Research Week Special Event

Associate Professor Aduli Malau-Aduli: Don’t be Sheepish About Meat Science

LAMB CANAPES INCLUDED!
Free event

That lovely leg of lamb you’re eyeing off in the supermarket did not arrive there by mere chance. Animal and food scientists have long been working on genetics and nutrition to ensure sheep meat is the healthiest, tastiest, best-quality product possible. Associate Professor Aduli Malau-Aduli, known for his ability to make science fun, is an expert in animal science and genetics. He will be speaking about how his team work away at ensuring the finest quality lamb and mutton through the expression of fat-related genes.

Aduli’s presentation will also feature some delicious lamb canapes for you to sample – all in the name of science, of course.

Event is free but numbers are strictly limited. RSVP today via EventBrite to secure your ticket and remember to bring it along with you on the night.

We believe in the pursuit of knowledge and the potential of research, pure creative endeavour.

Here at the University of Tasmania, our research is bringing the world’s most advanced thinking and technologies to bear on tomorrow’s local and global challenges.

We invite researchers, industry professionals, our alumni, supporters and members of the community to come along to our week of free events, seminars and workshops to find out how we are making a difference.

Tickets HERE.

Event audience: Everyone