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10:00 am

3D AstroTours

April 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
$10

Experience the Universe in 3D during the April 2018 school holidays. The 50-minute session will take you on an amazing journey starting in the solar system and then on to explore a Universe that is ‘Bigger than Big’. AstroTours feature the amazing 3D movies, created by the award-winning Swinburne Astronomy Productions team, and all sessions … Continue reading 3D AstroTours

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12:00 pm

Physics Designed

How can we create effective learning experiences that are engaging for contemporary physics students? I will discuss the development of a variety of original physics learning resources that have been shown to positively impact on students’ learning behaviours and attitudes. One example is “5-Minute Physics”, a comprehensive suite of online learning modules that make use … Continue reading Physics Designed

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2:00 pm

3D AstroTours

April 10, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$10

Experience the Universe in 3D during the April 2018 school holidays. The 50-minute session will take you on an amazing journey starting in the solar system and then on to explore a Universe that is ‘Bigger than Big’. AstroTours feature the amazing 3D movies, created by the award-winning Swinburne Astronomy Productions team, and all sessions … Continue reading 3D AstroTours

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8:00 pm

Public Lecture – From Mad Scientists to Eco-Warriors: The changing image of scientists in fiction and film

April 10, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Adjunct Associate Professor Roslynn Haynes School of English, Media and Performing Arts, University of New South Wales For approximately 600 years, from 1380 to 1980, scientists or their predecessors, the alchemists and natural philosophers, fared ill at the hands of writers and, later, film makers. They were obsessed to the point of madness, or evil, … Continue reading Public Lecture – From Mad Scientists to Eco-Warriors: The changing image of scientists in fiction and film

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Chemical Answers Now: Safer food, water and environment through chemistry on a chip

Summary Royal Society of Tasmania April lecture Start Date 10th Apr 2018 8:00pm End Date 10th Apr 2018 9:00pm Venue Royal Society Room, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart. (Entry from Dunn Place) RSVP / Contact Information No RSVP necessary. Enquiries: royal.society@tmag.tas.gov.au or 6165 7014 About the talk: The development of smart phones, smart watches … Continue reading Chemical Answers Now: Safer food, water and environment through chemistry on a chip

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From Mad Scientists to Eco-Warriors: The changing image of scientists in fiction and film

April 10, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Adjunct Associate Professor Roslynn Haynes School of English, Media and Performing Arts, University of New South Wales For approximately 600 years, from 1380 to 1980, scientists or their predecessors, the alchemists and natural philosophers, fared ill at the hands of writers and, later, film makers. They were obsessed to the point of madness, or evil, … Continue reading From Mad Scientists to Eco-Warriors: The changing image of scientists in fiction and film

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