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Do you fancy yourself as the next theoretical physicist like the Big Bang Theory's Dr Sheldon Cooper, or real life explorer of the cosmos Dr Karl Sagan? If you have a fascination with science, then be sure to get along to the Brisbane Science Festival. From Friday 16 - Sunday 18 August 2019 at Brisbane's Southbank Piazza, South Bank Parklands.
Get ready to be thrilled by spectacular science shows (like chemistry chaos), STEM career talks, robotics, drones, virtual reality, native animals, rocket science which run from 9am until 4pm over the weekend.
The first of the three days, Friday 16 August will be devoted to school STEM and career discussions and teacher professional development. Saturday 17-Sunday 18 August will be open to the community featuring stage shows, hands-on activities, how bags and cutting edge technology for young scientists and tech-heads of all ages.
The Brisbane Science Festival is a National Science Week Event supported by the Australian Government's Inspiring Australia Initiative.
Be excited, engaged and inspired by the wonderful world of science at this year's Brisbane Science Festival. Tickets range from free (for those under 15 years) through to $18.41.