Sydney Science Festival is on in August
The inaugural Sydney Science Festival 2015 is on 13-23 August.
Led by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, this city-wide festival will “provide serious science fun for adults, families, school groups, for young and old and in-between, for geeks, non-geeks, for everyone with curiosity”. There will be talks by researchers, hands-on workshops, opportunities to chat with scientists, children’s activities and panel discussions where you can have your say alongside celebrity science speakers. The Festival will “showcase the science credentials and interests of the partner organisations, bringing an exciting range of technology, design, education, communication and entertainment events”.
Right now the program has not been finalised and the Festival is still looking for participants: “We are seeking Expressions of Interest from Sydney’s research institutions, cultural institutions, universities, businesses, scientists, engineers and community organisations to be part of the Festival.”
You can find more details on getting involved here.
Image: Sydney Science Festival.