Join us at the public science night
On the night of 23 July, join a crowd of science enthusiasts to hear these leading, early-career scientists share the stories in their science.
In the past we’ve heard about smart bandages, the sawfish saw, printable solar cells, wallabies’ immune tricks, ocean arteries, backward planets and more.
This year’s Fresh Scientists with reveal their discoveries at the museum using rhyme, reason and the odd firework.
The public science night will be held at Café Muse inside the Queensland Museum, corner of Grey and Melbourne streets, Southbank, South Brisbane.
Tickets are free, but bookings are essential. Register now to secure your spot.
Our 2018 QLD Fresh Scientists are:
- Nathalie Bock – Queensland University of Technology
- Farhana Matin – Queensland University of Technology
- Arutha Kulasinghe – Queensland University of Technology
- Hannah Franklin – Griffith University
- Claudio Pizzolato – Griffith University
- Shima Ziajahromi – Griffith University
- Heather Haines – Griffith University
- Hoang-Phuong Phan – Griffith University
- Renee Gruber – Australian Institute of Marine Science
- Priya Martin – Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service
- Mo Chen – Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery and Menzies health institute Queensland
Spread the word: You can help spread the word by telling any science enthusiasts you know about your local event.
You can also download both a PDF or JPEG of the event flyer to share among your friends.
Our Supporters Fresh Science Southeast Queensland is presented by Econnect Communication, Griffith University, the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology and the Queensland Government.