[ASC-list] Vic Event. Science Makes Melbourne Cool: Astonishing Facts and Stories.
Carly.Siebentritt at csiro.au
Carly.Siebentritt at csiro.au
Tue Aug 12 07:58:02 UTC 2014
Hi ASC people in Melbourne,
Invite to Science Makes Melbourne Cool panel discussion below. Hope to see you there.
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Science Makes Melbourne Cool - A free National Science Week event
Supported by Club Melbourne Ambassadors Program
The City of Melbourne joins with Club Melbourne and National Science Week to present an important conversation on Melbourne's past scientific and technological achievements and future challenges.
Science makes Melbourne cool: Astonishing Facts and Stories
Melbourne, long recognised as the arts and culture capital of Australia, also has amazing scientific and technological credentials that are earning the city a similar reputation. Celebrate National Science Week<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-o/> and the potential of science and technology with a "sample" our very best and brightest brains as they inject stimulating factual stories into the conversation.
Expect discussion on how scientists are solving problems, the science behind discoveries plus breaking news on the latest achievements and innovations.
This event is suitable for both the general public and people working in science and technology. Come along, join in and get your hard questions answered.
Dr Krystal Evans – CEO BioMelbourne, Melbourne
Assoc. Prof. Christopher Fluke – Centre for Astrophysics & Supercomputing, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr Cathy Foley – Deputy Director Manufacturing Flagship, CSIRO and Club Melbourne Ambassador
Ms Bridie Smith – Science Editor, The Age, Melbourne
Emeritus Prof. Alan Trounson AO – Monash University, Founder of the Australian Stem Cell Centre and Club Melbourne Ambassador
Host: Niall Byrne – Creative Director, Science in Public and Club Melbourne Ambassador
A partnership with Club Melbourne Ambassador Program<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-n/> and National Science Week<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-c/>. Supported by Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-q/>, Future Leaders<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-a/> and Knowledge Melbourne<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-f/>, a City of Melbourne initiative.
To be launched: Science Matters edited by The Office of the Chief Scientist and The Conversation and published by Future Leaders: http://wwwfutureleaders.com.au<http://commail.monkii.com/t/r-i-myudylk-l-z/>.
Wednesday 20 August 2014, 6pm to 7.30pm (entry from 5.30pm)
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Level 2 Exhibition Centre Entrance
2 Clarendon St, South Wharf
(Public transport via number 96, 109 and 12 trams)
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL:
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or call 9658 9965
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