Science and chocolate – now there’s a combination I can appreciate

The Sydney Science Forum series of lectures features prominent scientists presenting their latest research in “an interesting and informative forum”.

In 2012, the Forum includes scientists from the University of Sydney and elsewhere, as well as the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, “dazzling audiences, young and old with their amazing array of scientific facts, figures and fun!”

Wednesday the 14th of March sees Professor Bryan Gaensler talk about new says of looking doing astronomy “instead of peering at tiny patches of stars in detail, we now need to step back and look at huge parts of the sky at once.” The following month is the intriguingly titled The Chocolate Crisis.

The lectures are FREE and aimed at members of the public and high school groups.

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