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Treasures Wall, 1st floor Spence Wing, Adelaide, SA
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Come on a delightful, hilarious and occasionally awkward adventure through the Mouchet Exhibition with Captain Nicolas Baudin (aka Michael Mills) - photographic exhibition at 11am, 1pm and 2:30pm.

CSIRO Discovery Centre, Acton, ACT
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Free event for younger viewers. Book reading: Phasmid – by Rohan Cleave, illustrated by Coral Tulloch. Short film: Sticky. Live creatures: visit CSIRO Discovery's very own stick insects. Bookings essential.

Logan West Library, Browns Plains, QLD
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SCINEMA International Science Film Festival showcases not only the best, but also the diversity of science films from across the globe.

Eastern Avenue Auditorium, University of Sydney , NSW
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Professor David James and his team at the Charles Perkins Centre, Sydney University, want to understand how metabolic diseases such as Type 2 diabetes take hold and how to prevent them.

National Gallery of Australia, Parkes, ACT
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TODAY'S FOCUS TOUR: Making waves in the NGA. Tours at 11am every day during National Science Week.

Elizabeth College, Hobart, TAS

During the evening, Jeltje will demonstrate some yummy recipes including making soy lattes, and chick pea chocolate brownies. All products will be consumed with lattes prior to leaving by participants.

Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre, Parkes, ACT
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Whisky: it’s made from grains, gets old in a barrel, and has travelled to space and back. Join Questacon’s whisky enthusiasts for this adults-only event to explore the science of whisky. There’ll be fun, science, and of course whisky.

Dendy Newtown, Newtown, NSW
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Celebrate Science Week with two fascinating films about Australian crawling creatures and the people who love and study them.

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SCINEMA International Science Film Festival showcases not only the best, but also the diversity of science films from across the globe.

Sydney Observatory, Millers Point, NSW
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Sarah Brough studies galaxies several tens of times heavier, using instruments that give a 3-dimensional picture: integral field spectrographs. She will present her understanding of the history of these massive galaxies from these 3D observations.

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    Is your child interested in coding? Return to Crystal Rainforest introduces children to programming language Scratch.

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Is your child interested in coding? Return to Crystal Rainforest introduces children to programming language Scratch.

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