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Science Says – Science and Comedy

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Sat 25 Nov 2017, 4:00pm–5:30pm

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

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: TheScienceNation

Science Says! is science as you’ve never seen it before, and with a lot more laughter! Join us as brilliant scientists, gifted comedians and talented communicators use their wits and wittiness to uncover the top science discoveries of 2017—and a few of the odder ones, too!

It’s an evening in the style of the great panel shows—think mixing Mock the Week, Spicks and Specks, and just a dash of QI. Last years’ challenges included singing about gravity waves, solving how pandas can be encouraged to mate, and miming how rollercoasters might cure kidney stones.

Hosted once again by scientist and comedian Dr Joel Gilmore, we guarantee you’ll be crying by the end, almost certainly of laughter! Oh, and you’ll learn about some great science, too! Book quickly, though—we’re expecting sold out sessions!

Going for all the comedy and glory science has to offer in Adelaide is: global ecologist, amateur wine maker and mixed martial artist, Professor Corey Bradshaw; women’s health scientist, advocate and communicator, Dr Hannah Brown; anthropologist and evolutionary scientist, Prof Alan Cooper; cancer immunologist and dancing bookworm, Dr Pallave Dasari; science communicator and founder of the Alan Duffy appreciation society, Dr Andy Stapleton; paleomicrobiologist and s’more enthusiast, Dr Laura Weyrich; and vertebrate palaeontologist, and CEO of Media Engagement Services, A/Prof Paul Willis.