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Listen and learn – Melbourne is home to universities and groups offering lectures and talks on mind-expanding topics.
Men’s Business: The Unconscious Bias of Money - Thursday 03 March 2016, 6pm to 7pm - Talks & workshops

Men’s Business: The Unconscious Bias of Money

3 Mar 2016, Queen Victoria Women's Centre
Exploring why people are so uncomfortable discussing women and money and what this means for women's equality and financial independence.
The Evolution of Activism: How Far Have We Really Come?  - Thursday 10 March 2016, 6pm to 7pm - Talks & workshops

The Evolution of Activism: How Far Have We Really Come?

10 Mar 2016, Queen Victoria Women's Centre
A debate in celebration of International Women's Day that asks the biggest question of them all - just how far have women really come?
The Sex Myth - Rachel Hills in Conversation with Amy Gray  - Wednesday 02 March 2016, 6pm to 7pm - Talks & workshops

The Sex Myth - Rachel Hills in Conversation with Amy Gray

2 Mar 2016, Queen Victoria Women's Centre
Catch author Rachel Hills in conversation with Amy Gray as she discusses her book, The Sex Myth.
Celeste Liddle - Tuesday 08 March 2016, 6pm to 7:15pm - Talks & workshops

Celeste Liddle

8 Mar 2016, Queen Victoria Women's Centre
Celeste Liddle discusses her journey as an Indigenous feminist and those who influenced her along the way.
Image Makers Seminar: Jonathan Shaw - Friday 26 February 2016, 6pm to 7:30pm - Talks & workshops

Image Makers Seminar: Jonathan Shaw

26 Feb 2016, Photography Studies College
Come to a seminar with UK-based, award-winning photographer and educator, Jonathan Shaw.
The End of HIV: the Great Successes and Remaining Challenges - Thursday 10 March 2016, 7pm to 8:15pm - Talks & workshops

The End of HIV: the Great Successes and Remaining Challenges

10 Mar 2016, The Royal Society of Victoria
Many believe that we now have the tools to see the end of AIDS, but the challenge remains in implementing and funding what is known to work.
Conserving Eucalypts: the Why and the How - Friday 18 March 2016, 8:30am to 5pm - Talks & workshops

Conserving Eucalypts: the Why and the How

18 Mar 2016, The Royal Society of Victoria
This one-day symposium provides scientific insights to the future of Australian eucalypt forests, woodlands and biota.
Victoria's Threatened Species: Fighting Extinction - Thursday 25 February 2016, 7pm to 8:15pm - Talks & workshops

Victoria's Threatened Species: Fighting Extinction

25 Feb 2016, The Royal Society of Victoria
Join reproductive biologist Dr Marissa Parrott, who will describe how her team are fighting extinction for 20 threatened Victorian species.
Supporting women in STEMM: How Do We Reach Gender Equality? - Monday 15 February 2016, 6:30pm to 8pm - Talks & workshops

Supporting women in STEMM: How Do We Reach Gender Equality?

15 Feb 2016, The Royal Society of Victoria
What do we need to do to achieve gender equality in science, technology engineering, medicine and mathematics (STEMM)?
Imaging the Living Brain: MRI and PET Scanning - Thursday 11 February 2016, 7pm to 8:15pm - Talks & workshops

Imaging the Living Brain: MRI and PET Scanning

11 Feb 2016, The Royal Society of Victoria
Learn how the brain integrates information in large-scale networks to yield complex behaviours including attention, prediction and decision making.

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