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Spot the Bull Science
(private event)

What do the moon landings, global warming and vaccination all have in common? Stages 4-5.

When: Friday, August 18 2017. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Where: Australian Museum
1 William Street, Darlinghurst , NSW, 2010
Cost: Free
Bookings: 02 9320 6389
Other: Wheelchair access

What do the moon landings, global warming and vaccination all have in common? They’re conspiracies perpetuated by scientists, right? WRONG!

To celebrate National Science Week, and to demonstrate just how hard it is to get scientists to believe BS (bad science), The Science Nation is holding a contest of intelligence, interrogation and intimidation that sees a lineup of scientists each trying to make their peers believe complete and utter BS.

Come along and join the most enjoyable experiment in BS (bad science) you’ll ever see.

Spot the Bull Science is 90 minutes of science and laughs that promises to be fun for (almost) everyone.

Suitable for Stages 4–5.

This workshop is part of the Science Festival at the Australian Museum, which brings exciting discoveries and practical science to life with a unique program of hands-on activities, talks and explosive workshops, with a wide coverage of scientific fields and school curriculum links.

When you arrive at the Australian Museum you will find Ellie or one of our event coordinators (in a bright orange shirt) and our lovely volunteers (yellow shirts) waiting to greet you. Please see an event coordinator before going into the Museum for your activity.

For school bookings only. Minimum 15 students. Times subject to change. Check the event timetable here for up to date session times.

Contact details:

Ellie Downing
Australian Museum
Phone: 0405 610 683

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