[ASC-list] WA - National Science Week Events 2009!

Emma Donnelly e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
Mon Aug 3 03:36:48 UTC 2009


Curtin Open Day
Public and schools event
 
Come along and enjoy the atmosphere at Curtin while exploring courses and
careers available. There will be stalls, bands, freebies, performances as
well as experts available to answer your questions.
 
Date: 16 August 2009
Time: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Venue: Curtin University of Technology, Bentley
Cost: Free
Audience: anyone and everyone
More info: http://openday.curtin.edu.au


Curtin Science visits schools for National Science Week!
Schools event
 
FULLY BOOKED
 
Audience: primary and secondary science classes

 
Curtin University of Technology - A case study in forensic science
Public event
 
Forensic science is popular in the media and on TV ­ but this is generally
an unrealistic view of this science. In this presentation, A/Professor Simon
Lewis (Curtin) and Lieutenant Colonel Roger Lewis (British Army Legal
Service) will investigate a real-life case showing how science can solve
crimes.
 
Date: 18 August 2009
Time: 6.00pm to 8.30pm
Venue: Horizon ­ The Planetarium, City West
Cost: free
Audience: 13 years and over (please use discretion as the nature of the
subject can be upsetting for some)
 
Bookings essential.
 
To book contact: Scitech Bookings
Phone number: (08) 9215 0740
 
 
The Science Behind CSI: The Chemistry of Fingerprint Detection
Public and schools event
 
Learn about the science behind CSI and the exciting new forensic research
into fingerprint detection occurring at Curtin in a free talk by Associate
Professor Simon Lewis of the Department of Chemistry.
 
Date: 20 August 2009
Time: 5:30pm (for 5.45pm start)
Venue: Resources and Chemistry Precinct, Manning Road entrance, Curtin
University of Technology, Bentley
Cost: Free (some beverages will be provided)
Audience: 13 years and over
 
Bookings essential.
 
To book or for more information: Events @ Curtin
Phone number: (08) 9266 2563
Email: events at curtin.edu.au

 
Curtin University of Technology - A case study in forensic science
Schools event
 
Forensic science is popular in the media and on TV ­ but this is generally
an unrealistic view of this science. In this presentation, A/Professor Simon
Lewis (Curtin) and Lieutenant Colonel Roger Lewis (British Army Legal
Service) will investigate a real-life case showing how science can solve
crimes.
 
Date: 24 August 2009
Time: 10.30am to 12.00pm
Venue: Curtin University of Technology, Bentley Campus
Cost: free. Plus bus subsidies to the value of $150 per school are available
from National Science Week WA Committee
Audience: due to the nature of forensic science this event is only available
to secondary school science students
 
Bookings essential.
 
For more information and to book contact: Emma Donnelly @ Curtin
Phone number: (08) 9266 1021
Email: e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au




Emma Donnelly| Science Outreach Coordinator
Faculty of Science and Engineering | Curtin University of Technology |
GPO Box U1987 Perth 6845 Western Australia
t: +61 8 9266 1021 | f: +61 8 9266 2021 |
Office: Building 311 Room 143

Email: e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
Web: http://scieng.curtin.edu.au/



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