Fresh Science in the pub in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane… and for the first time ever in Canberra.
Come enjoy a beer and hear 10 “Fresh” early-career researchers share the stories in their science.
Last year we heard about: how feeding chickens whole grain can help feed 100 million people, how sea snakes find their mates, smart socks for physiotherapists, whether cats & dogs are friends or foes, predicting volcanic eruptions, and more.
So, what’s #FreshSci this year?
These up-and-coming scientists will describe their scientific discoveries in the time it takes a sparkler to burn out. It’s about a minute–sparklers vary.
Join us to find out at our pub events around the country. Tickets are free, but booking are essential.
- 3 Wise Monkeys Pub in Sydney on 6 June. Book now.
- The Elephant British Pub in Adelaide on 13 June. Book now.
- The Belgian Beer Café, Southbank in Melbourne on 20 June. Book now.
- The Brisbane Hotel, in Perth on 27 June. Book now.
- The King O’Malley’s in Canberra on 11 July. Book now.
- Collectors Café at the Queensland Museum in Brisbane on 23 July. Book now.
Also, a big thank you to our sponsors and supporters who help us find all this great talent and train them up to be our next spokespeople for science.
Fresh Science NSW is supported by the Australian Museum, UNSW Sydney and Macquarie University.
Fresh Science South Australia is supported by the South Australian Museum, Flinders University, the University of South Australia and the University of Adelaide.
Fresh Science Victoria is supported by the Royal Society of Victoria, The University of Melbourne, Monash University, Deakin University, RMIT University, Swinburne University, CSIRO, and La Trobe University.
Fresh Science Western Australia is supported by the Western Australian Museum, Edith Cowan University, the University of Western Australia, Curtin University and Murdoch University.
Fresh Science ACT is supported by Inspiring the ACT at the Canberra Innovation Network, Australian National University and UNSW Canberra.
Fresh Science Queensland is delivered in partnership with Econnect Communication and is supported by the Queensland Government, QUT, Griffith University, and the University of Queensland.