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Sci-Fi Series - The future is here.

Sci-Fi Series - The future is here.

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Sci-Fi Series - The future is here. 

Date: Thursday, 19 September 2019
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Australian National Maritime Museum (Tasman Light Gallery and
            2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney
RSVP: Complimentary. Registrations are essential.


You are invited to join the UNSW Science alumni: Sci-Fi Series – Future Planet, with a panel of  leading UNSW experts including the receipient of the RSNSW Clarke Medal. 

With each year bringing substantial new feats in scientific exploration and discovery, this series provides fascinating insights into how Science Fiction is fast becoming reality. 

Held at the Australian National Maritime Museum to explore how ground-breaking research is providing scientific insights that empower humans to protect our planet. As the world changes, scientists are using new technology, data science and experiments to understand, predict and reduce catastrophic impacts on future environments. The panel of leading UNSW experts will present their work across reefs, weather and technology.

Attendees will have the chance to participate in a Q&A session after the talks and a networking reception with refreshments will follow. 

Footage of our first Sci Fi Series – Future Health is now available!  Please click here to see what the Sci Fi Series is all about!

Speakers include:

Professor Emma Johnston AO

Dean of Science, UNSW Sydney

RSNSW Clarke Medal Recipient
”The Flying Eyes: How ecologists are using new technology to see hidden worlds”

Professor Andy Pitman 
Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes
"The day after tomorrow: What does climate change mean for us?"

Associate Professor Tracy Ainsworth
Scientia Fellow, Centre for Marine Science & Innovation (CMSI)
"Deep Blue Sea: Solving the coral reefs crisis"


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