South Australia

Fresh Science SA 2021

Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 October training days. Pub night Wednesday 27 October.

Fresh Science SA was held on 13 November 2019 in Adelaide.

Twelve Fresh Scientists took to the stage and explained their work in the time it takes a birthday sparkler to burn out.

We heard about bendable concrete; shrunken intestines and poaching; restoring lost oyster reefs to help combat climate change.

From parasites to the Twittersphere; people came along and enjoyed dinner, a drink and caught some of the latest science with researchers from Flinders University, UoA, and UniSA.

The SA Fresh Scientists undertook media and communication training at Australian National Maritime Museum in Adelaide on 12 & 13 November.

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The 2019 SA Fresh Scientists were:

  • Olivia Davies, Flinders University
  • Jessica Bohorquez, University of Adelaide
  • Dominic McAfee, University of Adelaide
  • Vikrant Minhas, University of Adelaide
  • Mehwish Nasim, University of Adelaide and Data61 CSIRO
  • Nataliia Sergiienko, University of Adelaide
  • Matteo Farina, Flinders University and University of South Australia
  • Ludivine Delon, University of South Australia
  • Rahmat Khezri, Flinders University
  • Surita du Preez, University of Adelaide

Read the stories of past South Australian Freshies here.

Our Supporters: In 2019, Fresh Science SA was supported by Flinders University, the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia, and hosted by the South Australian Museum.