This week at Science in Public

This Week

Spin doctors: Astrophysicists find when galaxies rotate, size matters: Sky survey provides clues to how they change over time.

Should Australia allow mitochondrial donation?

  • Experts available for interview from 6.30 am Thursday, video available
  • Public events in Sydney, Melbourne and online, media call in Brisbane on Saturday
  • Case studies/patients also available from the Mito Foundation.
  • Media contact Niall Byrne, 0417 131 977, niall@scienceinpublic.com.au  

Unchanging hearts vs changing breasts: $50K prizes for the stem cell scientists unlocking their secrets.

Book your spot at the Fresh Science pub night. Hear the latest science over dinner and a drink: Adelaide (13 November).

Underwater grandmothers reveal big population of lethal sea snakes: A novel citizen science project in New Caledonia finds an ‘astonishing’ number of venomous reptiles in a popular swimming spot.
Media training places available in: Melbourne (19 November), Canberra (28 November), and Sydney (4 December)