Highlights from the final day of National Science Week
115 events and exhibitions, 12 online activities, and dozens of great stories and talent.
National and international talent, researchers, experts, and other interesting people available for interview around the country. Plenty of photo opportunities.
Canberra: Can we adapt to live with drought, wild weather and climate change? Ask the experts.
Sydney Olympic Park: Kick the physics out of a footy at The Innovation Games.
Sydney: Dinosaurs and superpowers at Science in the Swamp, Centennial Park.
Sydney: Bush medicine, astronomy, engineering and sustainability: what we can learn from 60,000 years of Indigenous knowledge.
Darwin: Beer goggles and fitness tests with a health clinic on wheels.
Brisbane: Liquid nitrogen, flame tests, explosions, and cool chemistry experiments at Brisbane Science Festival.
Brisbane: Think, puzzle and learn your way out of a cancer-themed escape room.
Melbourne: ‘The Curiosity Show’ meets music.
Tasmania: Aboriginal science in Tasmania’s Midlands biodiversity hotspot.
Perth: Scitech, animal encounters and waste as a resource: expo on the Canning River.
Read on for more on these, including event contact details.
Murray Bridge, SA: Citizen scientists monitor microbats and mozzies.
Allynbrook, NSW: New MacDonald has a robot: explore the future of farming.
National Science Week 2019 runs from 10 to 18 August. Media kit at www.scienceinpublic.com.au. Or visit the National Science Week website for the details of events in your area: www.scienceweek.net.au.
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