Join us for an evening of extraordinary talks from local scientists – from research on the tiniest molecules in our cells, up to the sweep of our entire species.
Grab a warming beverage and find out about the latest breakthroughs in drugs and medical technology that are making our lives and our world a better place.
When: 7PM Wednesday 11th July, 2018
Where: Smith’s Alternative, 76 Alinga St, Civic
Cost: Free! Thanks to
Inspiring the ACT
Australian Society for Medical Research
ANU John Curtin School of Medical Research.
No bookings, but turn up early as it’s always packed!
More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/291192718086292/
The Line Up
David Caldicott (ANU Medical School) is interested in novel illicit drugs. For research purposes, of course. He even goes to festivals to find them.
Nalini Haynes (Uni Canberra) is a cyborg, a human enhanced by technology. And she’s not the only one.
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Why do we love a cute furry animal? Why are we drawn to wilderness? It’s called biophilia, says Ro McFarlane (Uni Canberra)
Christina Spry (ANU Biology) studies how germs eat vitamins – that could be the key to new drugs for malaria and tuberculosis.
Jackson Thomas (Uni Canberra) has a plan to eradicate scabies in indigenous kids.
MC Dr Phil Dooley, of Phil Up On Science
The second Wednesday of every month is Science in the Pub, supported by Inspiring the ACT. If you’d like to get involved, get your science covered, call Dr Phil (email@example.com or 0414945577)
August 8 Ecology, thanks to Ecology @ Uni Canberra
September – date & topic TBA
October 10 – Physics, thanks to Aust Institute of Physics