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Great Moments in Antarctic Science with Dr Karl

Dr Karl will amaze you with his adventures in Antarctica and how in a blizzard you can still see blue skies above you! You’ll also have the opportunity to ask those burning science questions – be they chemical, physical, technological, biological, astrophysical or astronomical.

When: Saturday, August 10 2019. 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Where: South Australian Museum
North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Topic: Archaeology and antiquity, Environment and nature, Innovation and technology
Cost: Free
Bookings: 08 8207 7575
programs@samuseum.sa.gov.au
Other: Wheelchair access

Dr Karl will amaze you with his adventures in Antarctica and how in a blizzard you can still see blue skies above you! You’ll also have the opportunity to ask those burning science questions – be they chemical, physical, technological, biological, astrophysical or astronomical. How much does a cloud weigh? Can you dig a hole all the way through the Earth? How do planes fly? Get your questions ready – and Dr Karl will have the answers!

Who is Dr. Karl? He is an Australian science communicator, author, television and radio presenter. He has degrees in physics, maths, biomedical engineering, medicine and surgery, and he has worked as a physicist, tutor, film-maker, car mechanic, labourer, and a medical doctor. His enthusiasm for science is totally infectious and no one is better able to convey the excitement and wonder of it all than Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.

This special session is aimed at primary school age children and their families.

Contact details:

Margaret Lloyd
South Australian Museum
Email: programs@samuseum.sa.gov.au
Phone: 08 8207 7575

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