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Storytelling of Science 2016


Wed 6 Apr 2016, 6:30pm–8:00pm

Where: The Science Exchange, 55 Exchange Place, Adelaide, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General admission online: $10.00
  • General admission at the door: $15.00
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Listed by: TheScienceNation

As attention spans shrink, engaging others with science is getting harder, but does this have to be the case? Whether it is Archimedes taking a bath or an apple falling on Newton’s head, stories are far more engaging and easier to remember than the facts science has to offer.

Please join The Science Nation for The Storytelling of Science. See the best in the nation tell their own story of science, and drive their discussion on the stories behind the latest discoveries. From the origin of the universe to the exciting technologies that will change our future, this event is one story you will want to hear.

Adelaide’s storytellers include: futurist and director of UniSA’s Science, Creativity and Education Studio Dr Kristen Alford; science communicator, former biochemist, and maker of a Guinness Book of Records World’s Largest Whoopee Cushion Dr Lisa Bailey; agricultural scientist and science communicator Dr Heather Bray; metaboloepigeneticist and comic Dr Hannah Brown; and physicist, science communicator and Science Nation founder Dr Andrew Stephenson.