Why is it so? With the Australian Skeptics

The motto of the Australian Skeptics is ‘Examine the Evidence’. A skeptics view of the world is based on the best available evidence. They challenge claims, seek evidence and don’t always believe what they see. At Scienceworks during National...
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Discover the Night Sky (Lecture series) - Backyard Astronomy

Discover a new mystery of the night sky. It’s not just stars you can see in the night sky - planets, comets, shooting stars and satellites are all there if you know when and where to look. Navigate by the stars and discover how you can become a...
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Science Centric 2010

Australian Science Communicators is pleased to present Science Centric 2010. Do you explain, teach, present, write, blog, twitter, film, illustrate, animate or otherwise communicate science  or technology, news, ideas, concepts or research? This...
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Dr. Karl at the Monash Science Centre! - "Dinosaurs Aren't Dead"

Karl Kruszelnicki, otherwise known as Dr. Karl, is arguably Australia's most popular science communicator. With weekly discussion on national radio, a hit TV show and a range of best selling books, Dr. Karl has received world wide accolades. To...
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Pre-Coital – the Science of Dating @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival

This hilarious mix of music, comedy, sketches and science poses a simple question: can science help you find your perfect mate? Chris KP (and live band) explore pheromones, faces, the physics of condoms and much more. Pre-Coital considers topics...
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The Art of Scientific Observation - a regional outreach tour

Explore the past; discover the future. Take a journey of scientific discovery and observation with the character William Blandowski - Museum Victoria's first Director. Blandowski will highlight his travels through regional Victoria, collecting flora...
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Student Mental Health: Do Chaplains Have a Role?

University of Melbourne Secular Society and University of Melbourne Psychology Association present Dr Monica Thielking (Psychologists in Schools advisor) giving the lecture: "Student Mental Health: Do Chaplains Have a Role?" Thursday August 19th 1:...
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Deep future: the next 100,000 years of life on earth

As a part of the Back to Booktown Festival, Free Range Science brings together author Dr Curt Stager (University of Maine), Climate Change Adaptation researcher Prof Darryn McEvoy (RMIT University) and social ethicist Dr Jeremy Moss (University of...
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SKA - the biggest radio telescope in the world!

Did you know that Australia might host the world’s next big science experiment? The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) would consist of over 3,000 dish antennas in the remote desert of WA, giving us the chance to find out more about the evolution of our...
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Blood and Guts - Back by popular demand!

Ever wondered how movie make-up artists make bloody injuries look so realistic? The key to it is thinking about how the human body is put together. Then you can make up skin, muscle and blood so that they look like the real thing. Learn how to make...
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