Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs is the renowned exhibition that has drawn over seven million visitors in the past five years in America and London.
Now open at Melbourne Museum, visitors to the exhibition will witness the most impressive collection of Tutankhamun artefacts ever assembled outside of Egypt.
Tickets will sell out in advance, you are advised to pre-book to avoid disappointment.
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The XXV IUGG General Assembly
Earth on the Edge: Science for a Sustainable Planet
28 June - 7 July 2011
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
On behalf of the Joint Australian and New Zealand Organising Committee, I would like to thank everyone who made the XXVth International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly such a great success. Thank you to all those people who contributed to the organisation and promotion of the event, the sponsors, speakers and registrants.
A General Assembly of approximately 3,500 participants from over 91 countries was something very special and we hope it will have an enduring legacy. The scientific program comprised of 4758 presentations including 2831 oral and 1926 poster presentations from leading scientists from around the globe.
We again thank our sponsors and supporters, whose generous investment and support is essential to our ability to facilitate this exciting, multi-disciplinary conference on cutting edge science to the world.
Professor Ray Cas
Joint Australia and New Zealand Organising Committee,
IUGG 2011 Melbourne