Fanciful Planets, Ancient Fangs and Bringing the Dead Back to Life

Date & time

6.30–11pm 8 March 2018

Location

Wig and Pen, ANU School of Music, William Herbert Place, Canberra

It's International Women's Day and to celebrate we have a fabulous lineup of talks, quizzes, songs and stand-up comedy from amazing women doing extraordinary science of all kinds.

 

When: 6.30 PM, Thursday 8th March - International Women's Day

Where: Wig and Pen, ANU School of Music, William Herbert Place, Canberra

More Info : https://www.facebook.com/events/153513835313268/

Tickets:  Free - but come early, seats are limited!

 

Thanks to Inspiring Australia & ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science. 

Also supported by ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

 

Grab a drink and a snack in the relaxed vibe of the Wig and Pen micro-brewery at the ANU School of Music and see local archaeologists, biologists, doctors and astronomers chatting about their amazing research.

 

From the latest medical techniques - operating on patients who are technically no longer alive - to distant planets forming around binary star systems (yes, just like Tattooine in Star Wars) - you will be astonished, entertained and inspired.

 

A Phil Up On Science event.

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