[ASC-list] National Science Week: Physics in August

Niall Byrne niall at scienceinpublic.com.au
Mon Aug 17 03:13:44 UTC 2015


Dear ASCers,

[Warrick Couch image]National Science Week is upon us, beginning this Saturday and running until 23 August. The country's annual celebration of all things scientific will be a festival of physics this year, most notably with visits from astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, astronaut Chris Hadfield, multiple public events and this year's national experiment: 'Galaxy Explorer'. There's more detail on these events later in this bulletin, and a complete listing on the National Science Week website<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/events/>.

The AIP's annual Women in Physics Lecture Tour is now under way. The 2015 Lecturer, Associate Professor Jodie Bradby from ANU, has already visited Tasmania and Victoria, and next will speak in South Australia, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and the ACT. For Jodie's complete itinerary, see below.

Regards,

Warrick Couch
President, Australian Institute of Physics
aip_president at aip.org.au<mailto:aip_president at aip.org.au>

Replies to this email go to Science in Public, who send the bulletin out for me. You can contact me directly on aip_president at aip.org.au<mailto:aip_president at aip.org.au>, and there is a comprehensive list of contact details at the end of the bulletin.







In this issue...

  *   National Science Week<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc1>
  *   Citizen scientists explore galaxies far, far away<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc2>
  *   Help break the world records for stargazing<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc3>
  *   AIP news<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc4>
  *   Women in Physics Lecture Tour<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc5>
  *   NSW physics stars sought<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc6>
  *   AIP membership<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc7>
  *   Other physics news<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc8>
  *   Physicists up for Eureka prizes<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc9>
  *   Events<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc10>
  *   Conferences<http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4&id=17de15fbd1#mctoc11>









National Science Week




Australia's annual celebration of all things science runs from 15 to 23 August, with a feast of physics on show. [National Science Week logo]

Astrophysicist, 'world-recognised badass', and host of Cosmos Neil deGrasse Tyson has kicked off his tour in Melbourne, and will speak at events in Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra. Event details<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/events/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=tyson&audience=All+ages&search-topic=>

Famed astronaut and YouTube sensation Colonel Chris Hadfield will share his space experiences such as breaking into a Space Station with a Swiss Army Knife and being temporarily blinded while clinging to the exterior of an orbiting spacecraft. He will be visiting Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. Event details<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/events/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=hadfield&audience=All+ages&search-topic=>

School activities<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/schools/> come under this year's theme of 'Making waves: the science of light', in line with 2015 being the International Year of Light.

What's the Matter? is an educational theatre performance exploring the connection between Newton's and Einstein's research on gravity. It is a fact-filled theatrical experience using an action packed narrative, appealing characters, comedy, high energy and audience interaction, along with some famous historical scientists explaining light, photonics, matter and gravity. Event details<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/whats-the-matter-celebrating-the-2015-international-year-of-light-5/>

This year's national experiment 'Galaxy Explorer' invites Australians to help understand galactic evolution (see below).

And there's much more. See the National Science Week website<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/events/> for all 1500 events around the country.



Citizen scientists explore galaxies far, far away

Reaching out to all who've ever wanted to be an astronomer.

ABC's 'Galaxy Explorer', Science Week's national experiment, is up and running for the month of August, with ordinary Australians doing real science from their own homes, classifying 300,000 galaxies 3-4 billion light years away to help researchers understand how galaxies grow and change.

Dr Karl's radio and television promos for Galaxy Explorer are being broadcast across the ABC network. In its first five days alone, about 22,000 galaxies had been classified thanks to the group effort of over 2,000 citizen scientists. Now it's up to almost 80,000 galaxies, but there are still 140,000 to go.

Get involved at: www.galaxyexplorer.net.au<http://www.galaxyexplorer.net.au/>

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Help break the world records for stargazing

This Science Week will see Australians attempt to smash two Guinness World Records: Most People Stargazing at a Single Site (Canberra) and Most People Stargazing Across Multiple Sites in a Country.

Mt. Stromlo Observatory will be leading both record attempts (and Canberrans can be involved in both).  Elsewhere, you can join the attempt to break the multiple site record at one of the more than 40 registered stargazing sites at schools, observatories and other venues dotted across the Eastern states. You can participate in: Brisbane, Broken Hill, Ballarat, Belanglo, Oyster Bay, Sydney, Albury, Melbourne, Huonville, Tasmania, and more. Find sites here<http://rsaa.anu.edu.au/world-record-stargazing#map>.

Friday 21 August, 7pm. Contact details<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/world-record-stargazing/>.



AIP news




Women in Physics Lecture Tour

The 2015 Women in Physics Lecture Tour is under way, with this year's Women in Physics Lecturer,Jodie Bradby (pictured) already having spoken at 10 school and public events in Victoria and Tasmania. The full itinerary is:[Jodie Bradby image]

  *   Victoria 5-7 August
  *   Tasmania 10-12 August
  *   South Australia
     *   19 August (Adelaide): Flinders University, meet-and-greet with students
     *   20 August (Adelaide): University of Adelaide, public talk at Science Exchange<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115669295>
  *   New South Wales
     *   24 August (Newcastle): two schools in Newcastle TBA
     *   25 August (Sydney): North Sydney Girls High School and MLC School Burwood
     *   26 August (Wollongong): St Mary Star of the Sea College and public talk at Wollongong Science Centre<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115669102>
     *   27 August (Sydney): public talks at Macquarie University and Sydney Observatory
  *   WA 16 September
  *   Queensland 14-15 (and possibly 16) October
  *   ACT TBC
For details regarding WA, Queensland and the ACT, contact Elizabeth Chelkowska<mailto:Elizabeth.Chelkowska at environment.tas.gov.au>.




NSW physics stars sought

The NSW AIP community outreach award<http://nsw.aip.org.au/?q=article/nsw-community-outreach-physics-award-2015> is looking for nominations until 9 October. The Award recognises notable contribution to physics education or community engagement and a demonstrated passion for the study of physics.

NSW universities are invited to nominate one student for the $500 AIP NSW Postgraduate Award, and for the Royal Society of NSW Jak Kelly Scholarship prize, also $500. These awards have been created to encourage excellence in postgraduate work. For more information, email Frederick Osman<mailto:fosman at trinity.nsw.edu.au> by Friday 9 October.




AIP membership

Enjoy the fellowship of other physicists? Think physics is important to Australia's future?

Did you know the Australian Institute of Physics:

  *   fosters fellowship among physicists, providing a forum for views and meetings with colleagues
  *   maintains standards of physics qualifications
  *   expresses views of physicists to government
  *   promotes physics as a discipline
  *   holds regular conferences, and provides financial support
  *   publishes views of members
  *   supports women in science (including via the Women in Physics Lecture Tour, above)
  *   encourages excellent researchers, teachers and students with awards and prizes
  *   enables discounted membership of related societies such as the IOP
  *   produces and distributes the Journal of Australian Physics<http://www.aip.org.au/info/?q=content/aip-journal-australian-physics>, six editions per year.

How to join<http://www.aip.org.au/info/?q=content/membership-overview-how-join>.




Other physics news




Physicists up for Eureka prizes
[Eureka Prizes logo]
A number of physcisists and physics projects have been named as finalists for the Australian Museum's Eureka Prizes.

  *   Philip Urquijo<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#3M> (University of Melbourne)
  *   Tanya Monro<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#UNSWID> (University of South Australia)
  *   Lee Spitler<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#MAC> (Macquarie University)
  *   Lisa Harvey-Smith<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#PUASR> (CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science)
  *   Martin Belusko, Frank Bruno and Steven Tay<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#ANSTO> (University of South Australia)
  *   Michael Biercuk<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#MAC> (University of Sydney)
  *   Northrop Grumman M5 Network Security<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka#DST>
More information about all of the finalists can be found at the Australian Museum website<http://australianmuseum.net.au/2015-finalists-eureka>.

The winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the Sydney Town Hall on 26 August. We wish all of them the best of luck. If you are familiar with any of them, you'll know they all well deserve the recognition. Watch the Twitter hashtag #Eureka15<http://www.twitter.com/#Eureka15> on the 26th to be first to know the results.

The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are the country's most comprehensive national science awards, honouring excellence in Research and Innovation, Leadership, Science Communication and Journalism, and School Science.



Events




[AIP event] denotes AIP events;  [https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]  denotes National Science Week event

Get noticed! If your physics event isn't listed, email errol at scienceinpublic.com.au<http://errol@scienceinpublic.com.au/> to find out about adding it to the AIP calendar<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar>, having it included in these regular bulletins, and tweeted from the AIP account<https://twitter.com/ausphysics>.


ACT
Professor Jean-Marc Di Meglio: Collective locomotion and decision making in micro-organisms<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115735240>
12-1pm, 20 August Free public talk
Leonard Huxley Lecture Theatre Building #56, Mills Road ANU Campus

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Mt Stromlo Observatory's World Record Stargazing<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/mt-stromlo-observatory-world-record-stargazing-canberra-act/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm, 21 August Free
Fellows Oval, ANU, Acton, ACT
Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to participate in the attempt at the Guinness World Record for Most People Stargazing.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]An Evening with Neil DeGrasse Tyson<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/an-evening-with-neil-degrasse-tyson/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm,pm, 23 August
Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of Music, Acton, ACT
The Australian National University is delighted to announce we have partnered with Think Inc to bring renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to ANU as part of National Science Week in the ACT.


New South Wales
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Physics is Fun<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/physics-is-fun/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
Luna Park Sydney, Milsons Point, NSW
July 13 - September 18
'Physics is Fun' provides fun park excursions at Luna Park Sydney for any size school group from any school faculty on Mondays & Fridays.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Australian Museum Science Festival 2015: Primary School Week<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/australian-museum-science-festival-2015-primary-school-week/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
9.30am-2.30pm, 11  August  - 13 August
Australian Museum, Sydney, NSW
Australia's largest and most diverse science program during National Science Week. Watch live demonstrations, meet Australia's leading scientists and conduct your own experiments in hands-on displays and workshops.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Primary Science Meet-up<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/primary-science-meet-up/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6.30-8.30pm, 14 August Free
Slade Lecture Theatre, Physics Building, Camperdown, NSW
Primary teachers share ideas, experiments, resources, activities, successes, failures and much humour.

[AIP event][https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]The Einstein Lecture: Ken Silburn<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/the-einstein-lecture/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9.30pm, 14 August
Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW
Dr Ken Silburn discusses scientific theories and the history of science invention.

[AIP event][https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]The Einstein Lecture (School Session)<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/the-einstein-lecture-school-session/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
12-2.30pm, 14 August
Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW
Dr Ken Silburn discusses scientific theories and the history of science invention.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Science in the Swamp @ Centennial Parklands<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/science-in-the-swamp-centennial-parklands/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
11am-3pm, 15 August Free
Education Precinct, Centennial Park, NSW
Join us in Centennial Park to celebrate National Science Week at this free, fun, family event. Meet a dinosaur, pot a plant, discover the science of chocolate and lots more...

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]A History of the Narrabri Stellar Intensity Interferometer<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/a-history-of-the-narrabri-stellar-intensity-interferometer/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
15 August Free public presentation, telescope viewing
6-8pm, Sydney Observatory, Millers Point, NSW
A presentation of the most important unknown physics experiment in Australian history.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Sydney Ideas - Einstein's Wonderful Idea: A century of space-time, black holes and expanding universes<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/sydney-ideas-einsteins-wonderful-idea-a-century-of-space-time-black-holes-and-expanding-universes/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-7.30pm, 17 August Free public talk
Law School LT 101, Level 1, University of Sydney, NSW
One hundred years ago Einstein put the finishing touches to his theory of gravity. While a century has passed, we have only scratched the surface of Einstein's ideas. Prof Geraint Lewis looks at how Einstein's idea changed our view of the Universe and what the next one hundred years has to offer.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Chris Hadfield - Live On Stage: Sydney<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/chris-hadfield-live-on-stage-sydney/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=hadfield&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&search-events-count=3&search-online-count=0>
8pm, 18 August
State Theatre, Sydney, NSW
A Spaceman's View of the Planet takes us on a journey to the International Space Station, where Chris Hadfield's daily life is dedicated to countless scientific experiments studying the Universe, testing spaceship design, and monitoring the human body's reaction to weightlessness.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Australian Museum Science Festival 2015: High School Week<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/australian-museum-science-festival-2015-high-school-week/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
9.30am-2.30pm, 18 August  -  20 August
Australian Museum, Sydney, NSW
Australia's largest and most diverse science program during National Science Week. Watch live demonstrations, meet Australia's leading scientists and conduct your own experiments in hands-on displays and workshops.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Shining Light on Science at East Hills Girls Technology High School<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/shining-light-on-science-at-east-hills-girls-technology-high-school/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
9am-3pm, 20 August Free
East Hills Girls Technology High School, Panania, NSW
Members of the local primary school community are welcome to investigate the Science of Light. Interact with our students and their investigations using telescopes, microscopes, squishy glowing play-dough, sculptured plants, biotechnology, solar lighting and optic fibre technology.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Free Screening of Particle Fever<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/free-screening-of-particle-fever-3/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6pm, 20 August Free
Eastern Avenue Auditorium, University of Sydney, NSW
Particle Fever follows six scientists seeking to unravel the mysteries of the Universe during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider. CoEPP presents a free screening of the film, with a special introduction by Associate Professor Kevin Varvell, CoEPP Sydney Node Director.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]The Indigenous Science Experience Fun Day<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/the-indigenous-science-experience-fun-day/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
10am-4pm, 22 August Free
Redfern Community Centre, Redfern, NSW
Everyone of all ages is welcome to join us for a fantastic Family Fun Science Day! Explore, educate and engage with science researchers, practitioners and enthusiasts.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]The Great Debate: My Research Rules<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/the-great-debate-my-research-rules-3/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
3-4.30pm, 22 August
Sydney Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW
The Science Nation is celebrating National Science Week with a debate tournament to find out the weirdest, wackiest, craziest research in the world. With additional rounds of improvised, audience-inspired topics this Great Debate is 90 minutes of science and laughs.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]An evening with Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/an-evening-with-dr-neil-degrasse-tyson-2/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm, 22 August
Hordern Pavillion, Moore Park, NSW
In August 2015, Australian audiences will be treated to the highly-anticipated Australian return of astrophysicist, author, and all-round favourite person, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson!

Professor Min Chen: Milestones in the light-driven process of photosynthesis <http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115247176>
5.30-7pm, 21 August Free public talk
Seminar Room 4001, Sydney Nanoscience Hub, The University of Sydney
To celebrate the International Year of Light, CUDOS at the University of Sydney is hosting a set of presentations describing how scientific breakthroughs in the understanding of light have changed and improved our lives. Using Nobel prizes awarded for light-related research as a guide, an inspirational group of Sydney University Professors will discuss how our understanding of light has changed since the early 20th century, how this understanding has helped change society for the better, and how it helps us understand our place on earth and beyond.

[AIP event]Uncovering new materials under extreme pressures: Diamonds are a scientist's best friend<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115669102>
6.30-7.30pm, 26 August Free public talk
Science Centre & Planetarium, Squires Way, North Wollongong
The University of Wollongong, along with the Australian Institute of Physics is presenting a free public lecture, proudly hosted by the Science Centre & Planetarium.
Come along and listen to the talk by the 2015 AIP Women in Physics Lecturer Associate Professor Jodie Bradby, from the Australian National University.
Diamonds are formed deep in the earth where high pressures and high temperatures slowly work to turn carbon-containing minerals into the hardest material known to science. In this talk, the discovery of a range of exciting new and useful materials formed at similar pressures and temperatures will be discussed. Many of these new crystal structures form naturally as nano-materials and have various applications including potential new materials for solar applications.


Northern Territory
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Uluru Astronomy Weekend<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/uluru-astronomy-weekend-2/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
14 August - 16 August Free and paid events
Ayers Rock Resort, Yulara, NT
Now in its second year, Uluru Astronomy Weekend will once again showcase the vast outback night sky, where visibility is at its best. Hosted by Ayers Rock Resort, in partnership with the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO), with guest astronomers led by Dr Karl.


Queensland
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]The Great Debate: My Research Rules<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/the-great-debate-my-research-rules/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
3-4.30pm, 15 August
The Edge, State Library of Queensland, South Brisbane, QLD
The Science Nation is celebrating National Science Week with a debate tournament to find out the weirdest, wackiest, craziest research in the world. With additional rounds of improvised, audience-inspired, topics this Great Debate is 90 minutes of science and laughs.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]An evening with Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/an-evening-with-dr-neil-degrasse-tyson-3/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm, 16 August
The Courier-Mail Piazza, South Bank, QLD
In August 2015, Australian audiences will be treated to the highly-anticipated Australian return of astrophysicist, author, and all-round favourite person, Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson!

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Gold Coast World Record for Stargazing<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/gold-coast-world-record-for-stargazing/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm, 21 August Free
All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac, QLD
The Hon Karen Andrews, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry and Science and Federal Member for McPherson, in partnership with All Saints Anglican School and the Southern Astronomical Society Inc. invite you to participate in the World Record Stargazing attempt on Friday 21 August.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Marshall Road State School Science Fair<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/science-fair-3/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
9am-8.30pm, September 8 - September 9 Free
Marshall Road State School, Hollland Park West, QLD
Children conduct science investigations about a topic that they are interested in and enter it into our school Science Fair.


South Australia

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Chris Hadfield - Live On Stage: Adelaide<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/chris-hadfield-live-on-stage-adelaide/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=hadfield&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&search-events-count=3&search-online-count=0>
8pm, 11 August
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Hindmarsh, SA
A Spaceman's View of the Planet takes us on a journey to the International Space Station, where Chris Hadfield's daily life is dedicated to countless scientific experiments studying the Universe, testing spaceship design, and monitoring the human body's reaction to weightlessness.

[AIP event][https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Uncovering new materials under extreme pressures: Diamonds are a scientist's best friend<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/uncovering-new-materials-under-extreme-pressures-diamonds-are-a-scientists-best-friend-2/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-7.30pm, 20 August Free
The Science Exchange, Adelaide, SA
Diamonds are formed deep in the earth where high pressures and high temperatures slowly work to turn carbon-containing minerals into the hardest material known to science.
This event will be livestreamed through Australia's Science Channel.
Presented in Association with the Australian Institute of Physics, as part of the National AIP Women in Physics Lecture Tour. This event will also include the awarding of the 2015 Claire Corani Memorial Award for the top second year female physics student at each South Australian University.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Space Science, The Universe, and Are We Alone?<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/space-science-the-universe-and-are-we-alone/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6pm, 20 August Free
Ancient World, Adelaide, SA
Dr Charles Lineweaver, of the Planetary Science Institute (ANU) and Mt. Stromlo Observatory (ACT), joins us for a stimulating discussion about the current state of space science, space travel, and will attempt to answer the big questions, including 'Are we alone in the Universe?'

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Free Screening of Particle Fever<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/free-screening-of-particle-fever/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
5.30pm, 18 August Free
The Braggs Lecture Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Particle Fever follows six scientists seeking to unravel the mysteries of the Universe during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider. CoEPP presents a free screening of the film, with a special introduction by Dr Paul Jackson.


Tasmania
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Projecting into the Future Lighting the 3R's<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/projecting-into-the-future-lighting-the-3rs/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
9am-4pm, 15 August
Princes Wharf 1, Hobart, TAS
Enter the light booth to explore the physics of light with Australian Association for Environmental Educators Tas members. This is part of the inaugural Festival of Bright Ideas


Victoria
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Chris Hadfield - Live On Stage: Melbourne<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/chris-hadfield-live-on-stage-melbourne/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=hadfield&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&search-events-count=3&search-online-count=0>
8pm, 20 August 20
Palais Theatre, St Kilda, VIC
A Spaceman's View of the Planet takes us on a journey to the International Space Station, where Chris Hadfield's daily life is dedicated to countless scientific experiments studying the Universe, testing spaceship design, and monitoring the human body's reaction to weightlessness.

Mount Burnett Observatory members night<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113628900>
8pm, 14 August (weekly, so also 21 August<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113628901> and 28 August<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113628902>)
420 Paternoster Road, Mount Burnett, VIC

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]State of the Universe V: The Spectrum Strikes Back<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/state-of-the-universe-v-the-spectrum-strikes-back-5/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6.30-7.30pm, 14 August Free
Swinburne University, Hawthorn Campus, Hawthorn, VIC
Celebrate the International Year of Light and National Science Week 2015 with Associate Professor Christopher Fluke, as he hosts his fifth annual review of the State of the Universe.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Pocket Astrophysics
6-8pm, 15 August,<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/pocket-astrophysics-2/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3> Phee Broadway Theatre, Castlemaine, VIC Free
7-9pm, 21 August<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/pocket-astrophysics/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>, Daylesford Town Hall, Daylesford, VIC Free
How to use astrophysics in your daily life. A talk for ages eight to adult by one of Australia's leading female scientists, Professor Orsola De Marco. Free telescope viewing 30 mins before the talk.

Mysteries of matter, what the LHC will discover next <http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115735653>
6.30-8.30pm, 18 August
Storey Hall, RMIT University, Swanston Street
New Scientist Live lecture series with:
- Raymond Volkas, theoretical particle physicist, University of Melbourne
- Peter Skands, particle physicist, Monash University

[AIP event] AIP Vic Branch Student careers night <http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115697561>
6.30-9.30pm, 19 August
Library at the Dock, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade, Docklands
Join students, industry professionals and academics from all across Victoria to talk about jobs and opportunities available to physics graduates.
Finger food and drinks will be provided alongside a student research poster showcase, physics careers Q&A panel, and a chance to meet with employers, physics graduates, and other students.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Free Screening of Particle Fever<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/free-screening-of-particle-fever-2/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6.30pm, 19 August Free
Melbourne School of Design, Lecture theatre 1, Parkville, VIC
Particle Fever follows six scientists seeking to unravel the mysteries of the Universe during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider. CoEPP presents a free screening of the film, with a special introduction by Prof. Ray Volkas, Head of the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Horsham College 2015 Science Extravaganza<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/horsham-college-2015-science-extravaganza/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=1&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-8pm, 19 August Free
Horsham College, Horsham, VIC
An evening where scientists of all ages can explore a range of fun filled science activities.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]World Record Stargazing at Monash University<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/world-record-stargazing-at-monash-university/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6-9pm, 21 August Free
Monash University, Clayton, VIC
The School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University invites you to participate in an Australia-wide attempt, lead by Mt Stromlo Observatory, to set the new record for the Guinness World Record for Simultaneous Stargazing!

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Free Screening of Particle Fever @Monash<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/free-screening-of-particle-fever-monash/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
6pm, 21 August Free
Campus Cinema, Clayton, VIC
Particle Fever follows six scientists seeking to unravel the mysteries of the Universe during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider. CoEPP presents a free screening of the film, with a special introduction by Associate Professor Peter Skands.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Build Your Own Time Machine<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/build-your-own-time-machine/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
11am-12.30pm, 23 August
Captain Melville, Melbourne, VIC
Is time travel possible? No one can agree, not even Einstein and Hawking. Your opinion's as good as Doc Brown's-so come along and tell us what you think. Chris Lassig's presentation is part of the  Laneway Learning Science Spectacular.

Melbourne Writers Festival: Katie Mack & Brian Schmidt, Aussie Astrophysics <http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115735447>
6-7.30pm, 27 August
Deakin Edge, Fed Square
Discover the deepest, darkest corners of the Universe as Cosmos contributor Katie Mack and Nobel Prize winner Brian Schmidt demystify astrophysics, explaining what astrophysicists do, and how Australians are contributing. Then prepare to see stars, as Schmidt awes and inspires with his Guide to the Universe. Hosted by Alicia Sometimes.


Western Australia
[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Perth Science Festival<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115289251>
15 August -16 August Free
Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Northbridge

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Gastronomical - Perth Science Festival<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D115289255>
6.30-10.30pm, 15 August Free 18+
Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Northbridge

[AIP event]AIP WA Branch general meeting <http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113775226>
5.30-6.30pm, 19 August
5th floor tea room, Physics Building, University of Western Australia, Crawley
Come along and find out what we're up to, listen to a few short presentations and meet fellow physicists.  To make it more convivial there will be some drinks and nibbles.

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0095a098c581fd5fc98cdfba4/images/ecb24088-b9c6-4b1c-87be-baf18829e952.png]Technology & Innovation in the Resource Sector<http://www.scienceweek.net.au/technology-innovation-in-the-resource-sector/?search-location-code=&search-location-lat=&search-location-lng=&search-location-name=&search-location-type=&search-location=&search-date-start=Today&search-date-end=All+dates&text=physics&audience=All+ages&search-topic=&tab=event&event-page=2&online-page=1&search-events-count=35&search-online-count=3>
7-9am, 26 August
Parmelia Hilton, Perth, WA
Join us as we hear from Shaun Gregory (Senior Vice President, Strategy, Science and Technology) as he discusses why Woodside are developing, improving and investing in technology throughout the discovery, development and deployment innovation life cycle.



Conferences
Elizabeth and Frederick White Research Conference: Quantum astronomy and stellar interferometry: celebrating the 5th anniversary of the Narrabri Stellar Intensity Interferometer<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113286740>
17-24 August 2015, Darlington Center, NSW

Conference on Laser Ablation (COLA) 2015<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D112081070>
31 August - 4 September 2015, Pullman Cairns International Hotel, Cairns, Qld

American Association of Petroleum Geologists International Conference & Exhibition 2015 (AAPG/SEG 2015)<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113923602>
13-16 September 2015, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), Vic

IBIC 2015 - International Beam Instrumentation Conference<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D112756094>
13-17 September 2015, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Vic

ICALEPCS 2015: International Conference on Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D112081088>
17-24 October 2015, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Vic

ADASS XXV: The 25th Annual Astronomical Data Analysis Software & Systems Conference<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113376051>
25-30 October 2015, Rydges World Square, Sydney NSW

9th Asia-Oceania Forum for Synchrotron Radiation Research (AOFSRR 2015) in conjunction with User Meeting 2015<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D113923629>
25-27 November 2015, National Centre for Synchrotron Science at the Australian Synchrotron, Vic




Contributions and contact details
Please get in contact if you have any queries about physics in Australia:

  *   Warrick Couch, AIP President  aip_president at aip.org.au<mailto:aip_president at aip.org.au>
  *   the AIP website is www.aip.org.au<http://www.aip.org.au/>
  *   membership enquiries to the Secretariat aip at aip.org.au<mailto:aip at aip.org.au> or 03 9895 4477
  *   ideas for articles for Australian Physics to the Chair of the Editorial Board and Acting Editor Brian James, on b.james at physics.usyd.edu.au<mailto:b.james at physics.usyd.edu.au>, or the editorial board, which is listed in your latest copy of the magazine
  *   contributions to the bulletin (e.g. activities, conferences and announcements) to Errol Hunt from Science in Public on physics at scienceinpublic.com.au<mailto:physics at scienceinpublic.com.au> or call (03) 9398 1416, by the 23rd of the month prior
  *   the AIP Events Calendar<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/events/aip-event-calendar> to check what's on, and also to submit your own physics-related events (any queries to Errol, as above)
  *   to receive these bulletins, please email Errol, as above (you don't need to be a member of the Institute).
(Sent by Errol Hunt, Science in Public, on behalf of the Australian Institute of Physics, www.aip.org.au<http://www.aip.org.au/>)






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