The Sciences Alumni Network warmly invites you to join us for another SANE event in July.
This evening will feature a talk from Professor Rob Fitzpatrick, drinks and canapés and most of all, the opportunity to network with fellow alumni.
Rob is the founding director of the Centre for Australian Forensic Soil Science, which is a national and international body that researches and uses earth materials such as soils, rocks, minerals and human-made mineral particles like bricks in forensic investigations to link criminals to crime scenes. Through numerous successful case studies involving cold murders, contemporary murders, rape, serious organised crime, environmental pollution and counter terrorism investigations his presentation will illustrate the power of using earth materials in criminal investigations and how this information was used as evidence in Supreme courts across Australia.
Don’t miss out, book your tickets now as places are strictly limited.
|Date||Thursday 18 July 2019|
|Time||6.00pm – 8.30pm|
|Venue||The Griffins Hotel, 38 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide|
|Tickets||$10.00 per person (GST inclusive). Food and drinks provided|
|RSVP||By Wednesday 10 July 2019.|
|Further information||Carolyn McLean, Alumni Relations Officer –
+61 8 8313 6353