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  • Tiny fossil treasures of Queensland
    8 August 2016
    Excavating a cave chamber at Capricorn Caves JPEGWhen I first started volunteering at the Queensland Museum I was given a box full with hundreds of thousands of very tiny fossilised bones known as ‘microfossils'. These fossils belonged to a range of small-bodied vertebrate species such as frogs, lizards, birds, bats, bandicoots, possums and rodents, just to name (more)
  • Biohacker Dr. Ellen Jorgensen is Coming to Perth this National Science Week!
    3 August 2016
    We've heard of computer hackers, but what about biohackers? After all, we have personal computers, so why not personal biotech? Meet one of National Science Week's guest scientists for 2016 – biohacker Dr. Ellen Jorgensen of Genspace, New York USA. Ellen helped to introduce the world to the biohacker revolution in (more)
  • National Science Week in the ACT
    1 August 2016
    A week of fun, science and wonder in the CAN! National Science Week is just around the corner and the ACT is already buzzing with excitement! This year's edition is bringing back your favourites shows and events, from science extravaganza to movie festivals and behind the scene tours. Science in ACTion (12-13 (more)
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