[ASC-list] Robotic dinosaurs, lasers, black holes, Australia's brightest light and more

Niall Byrne niall at scienceinpublic.com.au
Sun Aug 15 01:28:57 UTC 2010


Dear ASC'ers,

Sent on behalf of Brian James, President of the Australian Institute of Physics.

Welcome to this special bulletin from the Australian Institute of Physics for National Science Week.

We've identified 121 Science Week events around the country with a physics component.

You can make a robotic dinosaur; hear about the laser; celebrate science with poetry; see Australia's brightest light (or at least its home at the Australian Synchrotron); join science quizzes; learn about black holes at the Large Hadron Collider; catch the AIP 2010 Women in Physics lecturer, Elizabeth Winstanley and much more.

We've raided the Science Week website (www.scienceweek.gov.au<http://www.scienceweek.gov.au>) and our own online events calendar (http://www.scienceinpublic.com/blog/events/aip-events) to create this list.

I'm delighted with the range of physics on display for Science Week. I encourage you to get involved.

There are far too many events happening to post them all here, so visit www.aip.org.au<http://www.aip.org.au> to see catch an event (or ten) in your state. You can also read it and rss it on my blog here<http://www.scienceinpublic.com/blog/category/bulletins/aip-presidents-blog> and on LinkedIn.

Our next regular bulletin will come out in late August. If you have events you'd like to include please register online at http://www.scienceinpublic.com/blog/events/aip-events.



Kind regards,

Brian James,

AIP President



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