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David Craig Lecture 2017
Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, AGSE207,
Jeffrey R Reimers presents on how basic chemical theory is critical to understanding nanoparticle synthesis, 2D nanostructures and photosynthetic function.
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Archimedes Lecture 2017
Hawthorn Arts Centre, Zelman Room,
Associate Professor James McCaw from the University of Melbourne presents this year's Archimedes Lecture on Mathematical models for population health decision making.
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State of the Universe VII
ATC building, ATC101,
This National Science Week, join our special public astronomy lecture featuring Associate Professor Alan Duffy. Alan will take us through the real news that mattered this year, from the youngest galaxies ever discovered to ingredients for life seemingly everywhere and more.
Internet of Industrial Materials Conference 2017
This conference offers Australian entrepreneurs, investors, managers and executives an opportunity to learn about the commercial opportunities that graphene delivers in realising the Internet of Things (IoT).
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National Science Week 2017
Various venues, on and off-campus
To celebrate National Science Week 2017 (12 to 20 August), Swinburne University of Technology is hosting a week of exciting, inspiring, fun and engaging free events and activities.
Immersive Science: the next frontier in Australian astronomy (adult event)
Join astronomers Dr Alan Duffy and Dr Katie Mack to guide you through the Universe in an immersive science event blending a live talk and virtual reality at Mountain Goat Brewery. Explore the Solar System, map galaxies and see black holes, all with beer in hand.
Immersive Science: the next frontier in Australian astronomy (family event)
Join astronomers Dr Alan Duffy and Dr Katie Mack at the State Library as they guide you through the Universe in an immersive science event blending a live talk and virtual reality.
Science in the park: wildlife counts
Join us at the Coolart Wetlands and Homestead Reserve on the Mornington Peninsula, for a day of free science activities for all ages.
Starr's Planetarium
Wagga Wagga residents are invited to experience a world-class immersive 3D projection of the night sky with Starr’s Planetarium travelling theatre dome. In town for just two days, don’t miss your chance to travel to the farthest regions of the universe and ignite your passion for astronomy.
World's most liveable city - can science help Melbourne do better?
Melbourne has ranked as the world's most liveable city for six consecutive years, but will we keep the top spot when the new ranking comes out on 16 August? Join the discussion as our panel explores what science and research is revealing about the future of Melbourne’s liveability.