Make sure to register for this event tomorrow evening:
We have 12 fresh scientists who will entertain you with their science and their poetry. Hear about:
- Improving life support by stressing cells (Antony McNamee, Griffith University)
- Smashing avocado diseases with rapid tests (Louisa Parkinson, University of Queensland)
- Smart nanoparticles on straight path to cure cancer (Nicholas Fletcher, University of Queensland)
- Koalas health and diet shaped by mothers’ poo (Michaela Blyton, University of Queensland)
- 3D printed bone implants could eliminate amputations (Tara Shabab, Queensland University of Technology)
- Saving lives on big mining rigs with new sensors (Toan Dinh, Griffith University)
- Tapeworm protein promises new cancer treatment (Shiwanthi Ranasinha, Queensland Institute of Medical Research)
- Smart robot detects and sprays weeds (Mostafa Rahini Azghadi, James Cook University)
- Putting an end to non-healing wounds (Joan Rohl, Queensland University of Technology)
- Safe and effective painkillers from tarantula venom (Alexander Mueller, University of Queensland)
- Better GPS with atomic clocks and quantum chickens (Magdalena Zych, University of Queensland)
- Household drug gives smaller babies a better start to life (Julie Wixey, University of Queensland)
Complimentary food available and a cash bar (also takes credit cards).
WHERE: The Atrium, P-Block Level 6, Science and Engineering Centre, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Gardens
WHEN: Wednesday 6 November 6:30-8:30pm
Presented by Econnect Communication and
hosted by Jenni Metcalfe.
QLD sponsorship from Queensland University of Technology, The University of Queensland, and Griffith University.
A special thanks to QUT for hosting the event.
Fresh Science 2019 is organised nationally by scienceinpublic.
Director, Econnect Communication Pty Ltd
Phone: +61 (0)408 551 866
PO Box 3734
South Brisbane. QLD 4101