Dr Kaku in Melbourne

String theory stems from Albert Einstein’s legacy; it combines the theory of general relativity and quantum mechanics by assuming the multiverse of universes. String field theory then uses the mathematics of fields to put it all into perspectives....
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Melbourne Observatory 150th Anniversary

Stargazers and history lovers are in for a treat this November when the Melbourne Observatory celebrates its 150th anniversary with a weekend of activities on 23 and 24 November. Today the Melbourne Observatory is best known for its distinctive...
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Climate Change at Yarra Plenty Regional Library

Climate change is a significant area of research globally and Australian scientists are playing a vital role. Their research considers methods of measuring, predicting and modelling climate change along with considering the impacts on society. This...
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Griffyn's Earth

The Griffyn Ensemble Earth – the science of trees through music Fri 9 August 7:30pm – Melbourne – Royal Botanic Gardens (Domain House) Sat 10 August 4:30pm – Bendigo – Discovery Centre Sun 11 August 4pm – Albury – Albury Library Museum Sat 17 August...
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Personalised Medicine: The Hope and the Hype

Join some of Melbourne’s leading medical researchers for a three course meal and a discussion about the possibilities offered by the emerging world of personalised medicine, brought closer to us through the powers of the newly emerging discipline of...
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Giants of Medicine

Health Literacy: Public Health & Evidence-based Medicine We frequently hear about general literacy levels in the community, and even about science and maths literacy, but rarely about the wider public understanding of evidence-based health...
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National Science Week International Guest Tour 2013

Meet Dr Valerie Neal and Dr Tom D Crouch as they bring the fascinating world-famous Smithsonian Museum to life, discuss the evolution of space flight and guide you through the space program that has captured generations. Stay tuned for more...
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Above and Beyond

A virtual tour of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Put your seat in the upright position, tray tables away and buckle up for a live video tour of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The world's most famous...
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Science & Dementia

Did you know that if dementia was a country, it would have a population bigger than Australia and New Zealand combined? ‘Science & Dementia’ brings together leading experts to discuss what causes dementia, why early diagnosis is important, and...
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Ologism

Science as Nature didn't intend!
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