Making Sense- Jasmine Targett & Debbie Symons

The way we make sense of the world has dramatically altered in recent years due to the vast amounts of scientific data produced to comprehend changing environmental conditions. The conceptual challenge presented within this exhibition focuses on...
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The World of the Elephant

Evan Bittner is a research scientist who studies the Asian Elephant. He will be joining the Ordinary Guy as they go through what we know about the elephant, their history, uses, and the current situation they are in. Professor Roger Short is a...
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Backyard Science at the Pub – From chemical soup to dazzling gemstones

Dermot Henry, Manager Natural Science Collections, Museum Victoria explores the origins of minerals and crystals found in central Victoria. Free – food and drinks at bar prices.
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Genomics - the Science of Tomorrow

You are invited to join us for Genomics - The Science of Tomorrow, a fully catered luncheon The Dairy Futures CRC is a large-scale partnership between dairy farmers, pasture and cattle breeding companies and researchers. It works with a broad range...
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Microscope Drawing Workshops

Did you know that there are more microorganisms in your body than there are people on Earth? The world is absolutely full of fascinating creatures, patterns and objects too small for the human eye to see…. unless of course, you have the right tools...
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Free Range Films: Documentaries of the natural kind

Join in the celebration of all things scientific through the screening of extraordinary films made for the big screen that the whole family can enjoy. Free Range Films is a mini-festival of fascinating science films and documentaries with both...
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Bushfire Science in Stawell

It’s been raining, it’s been pouring but what does this mean for bushfire risk and preparations for the next fire season?An expert panel of bushfire researchers will discuss bushfire behaviour, risk, and how to best communicate information. This...
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Rain Reaction

Performed directly in-schools, Rain Reaction celebrates the International Year of Chemistry and will emphasise that Chemistry is a creative science involved in solutions to sustainable living, clean water, manufactured products and climate change.
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Living Science at Castlemaine Farmers' Market

FREE event. Join re-science, CSIRO Education and the University of Melbourne at the Castlemaine Farmers' Market to explore the relationships between food, science, innovation, technology and the environment. We'll have interactive presentations,...
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Free Range Science presents the Beauty of Bugs @ Colac Kana Festival

Free Range Science presents the Beauty of Bugs @ Colac Kana Festival Saturday 19 March, 10am-5pm Memorial Gardens, Colac, Victoria Get up close and personal with the wonderful world of creepy crawlies. Join the Scientwists who will introduce you to...
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