The Great Debate: Greatest Discovery Ever Made
To celebrate National Science Week the Science Nation is going to determine once and for all what is the Greatest Discovery Ever Made. Join the fun and mayhem as the best, brightest and bravest science aficionados in the land do battle in a debate tournament of whits and wittiness.
|When:||Sunday, August 19 2018. 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM|
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|Where:||Australian National Maritime Museum|
2 Murray Street, Pyrmont, NSW, 2009
|Topic:||Archaeology and antiquity, Human body and movement, Energy and transport, Environment and nature, Health and medical, Space and astronomy, Innovation and technology|
|Cost:||$10 online, $15 at the door (cash only).|
We’ve all been there, having that age-old argument, what’s the bigger breakthrough: the existence of atoms or quantum mechanics; DNA or CRISPR; the wheel or sliced bread. Well to celebrate National Science Week the Science Nation is going to answer this question once and for all. Join the fun and mayhem as the best, brightest and bravest science aficionados in the land do battle in a debate tournament of whits and wittiness in order to find out what is the Greatest Discovery Ever Made.
Doing battle in Sydney is: shantyman, cycle-tourist and theoretical physicist, Dr Sam Bladwell; oceanographer, cat paparazzi and keep cup user, Prof Martina Doblin; marine biologist, fish sex researcher and underwater explorer, Prof William Gladstone; Maritime archaeologist, out of breath runner and an even worse soccer player, Kieran Hosty; biologist, maritime archaeologist and weekend Viking, Renee Malliaros; neuroscientist, AI enthusiast and believer that pharmacological gastronomy is a thing, Dr William Redmond; physicist, freediver and mountaineer, Dr Peter Rohde; and psychology PhD student, dementia researcher and tea connoisseur Nikki-Anne Wilson.
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