Past events

21
Jun
2018

Policy Forum - Understanding Geographical Indications: What is the evidence?

The EU and the USA/Australia/New Zealand disagree substantially on GI policy for foods. The critical issues are whether foods should have strong-form (...
18
Jun
2018

Schuman Lecture - EU–Australia: A Global Alliance for Trade

In this year’s Schuman Lecture, the European Commissioner for Trade Dr Cecilia Malmström will explore the opportunities offered by an EU–Australia Free Trade...
13
Jun
2018

The Origins of CRISPR

Interested in CRISPR? Want to know how it all started? Or do you just want to know what CRISPR stands for? If your answer is YES! Save the date 13th of June...
13
Jun
2018

Exploring the Challenges of Super-Diverse Populations in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region

The Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University is organising a symposium, Exploring the Challenges of Super-Diverse Populations...
13
Jun
2018

Exploring the Challenges of Super-Diverse Populations in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region

The Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University is organising a symposium, Exploring the Challenges of Super-Diverse Populations...
29
May
2018

Designing Experiments for Political Research, Some Practical Guidelines

Why has it become popular among political scientists to design and administer randomized experiments? What are the advantages of experiments? What are the new...
24
May
2018

Power Sharing in the World's Largest Democracy: Informal Consociationalism in India (and Its Decline?)

India is one of the most diverse countries of the world but operates with a majoritarian Westminster system and simple plurality, albeit also with a federal...

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