Science in Action: From how to bounce raw eggs to extracting human DNA
The hands-on presentations will demonstrate how science is used in forensic cases to solve crimes.
|When:||Saturday, August 18 2018. 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM|
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|Where:||Santos Centre, Adelaide Zoo|
Frome Road, Adelaide, SA, 5000
|Topic:||Health and medical|
|Cost:||Cost: $10.00 (+ discounted ticket to come into the Zoo A - $18.50 | C - $12.50)|
|Bookings:||0428 287 294|
Presented by Forensic Science and Wildlife Matters, the presentations will demonstrate how science is used in forensic cases to solve crimes; the science behind static electricity and why it can be dangerous; how you can bounce a raw egg without breaking it; extracting DNA and more cool demonstrations that showcase how science shapes our lives.
The event will be hands-on and encourage audience participation and is aimed at 7-14 year olds.
Silvana TridicoForensic Science and Wildlife MattersEmail: email@example.comPhone: 0428 287 294
See more at:forensicscienceandwildlifematters.com.au