Future Science Talks: Comedy Edition returns for National Science Week after three sold-out shows at the Sydney Comedy Festival.
Each show features six scientists who have partnered with comedians to bring laughter to their science talks.
Laugh and learn at the same time.
Just how much alcohol consumption really is good for us? Can science predict the next gen of emojis? And how is Australia leading the world in psychedelic therapies?
Come hear the answers to these questions and more from Sydney’s best new and emerging scientists.
Future Science Talks is a monthly live talk show in Sydney’s inner east. We have partnered with the Sydney Comedy School for our Comedy Edition talks.
Speakers during August include:
- Aashi Parikh (Macquarie University)
- Alex Kilby (Macquarie University)
- Ben Rohald (Flagship.ai)
- Camille Mora (The University of Sydney)
- Clare Fletcher (UNSW's Australian Centre for Astrobiology)
- Elisabetta De Simone (Macquarie University)
- Elizabeth Surovic (UNSW)
- Ellie Solomons (Arup)
- Faraidoon Haghdoost (The George Institute for Global Health)
- Ian Woolf (Diffusion Science Radio)
- Inna Osmolovsky (Evolution & Ecology Research Centre at UNSW)
- Isabel Hyman (Australian Museum)
- Jack Wilson (Matilda Centre)
- Jared Bergman (Vow)
- Joel Raymond (The University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre)
- Joshua Karras (UNSW's School of Population Health)
- Julia Forkgen (Garvan Institute)
- Kate Gunther (Royal Hospital for Women)
- Kovi Rose (Sydney Institute for Astronomy)
- Levi Tegg (The University of Sydney)
- Marcus Greenwood (UNSW)
- Narjis Fatima (Garvan Institute)
- Nora Campbell (UNSW)
- Samantha Burke (UNSW)
- Saul Wodak (Behavioural Insights Team)
- Savannah O'Connell (Garvan Institute)
- Suraj Samtani (Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing at UNSW)
- Tanja Rosenqvist (Arup)
- Taylor Szyszka (The University of Sydney)
- Tina Baradaran (UNSW)
- William Jorgensen (Psylo)