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Science Says!


Thu 14 Nov 2019, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Queensland Museum, Melbourne St, South Brisbane, South Brisbane, Queensland

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 scientific discoveries of 2019—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’ shows saw physicists miming sticky saliva, professors donning hard hats, and biologists serenading the audience—all in the name science!

Hosted once again by Dr Joel—scientist, comedian and co-host of Food Lab on SBS—you’ll be guaranteed a night of entertainment, competition and comedy—and education, too! So secure your tickets early and join us in November to find out what Science Says!

Competing in Brisbane for all the glory science has to offer is: co-creator of Smart Enough to Know Better – a podcast of science, comedy and ignorance – Dan Beeston; cognitive scientist and overly-optimistic ‘body builder’, Ryan Metcalfe; professional robotics Professor and amateur builder, Prof Jonathan Roberts; Plant biotechnology researcher and recent rock-climbing convert, Bronwyn Smithies; plant virologist and protein engineer who can’t get enough of ABC’s “Bluey”, Dr Frank Sainsbury; and retinal biomaterial engineer and aspiring muso, Dr Natalie Taylor.