21 March 2018

The amazing world of science will take centre stage for the World Science Festival Brisbane this month - and QUT will be one of the star performers.

Scientists and researchers will share their love of science with young and old at the free Street Science event on March 24-25 at South Bank, with lots of immersive family fun. 

At QPAC on March 22, QUT will also join the World Science Festival Brisbane in presenting Bespoke Bodies - an in-depth look at the science of self-renewal.

Bespoke Bodies. Image by Omkaar Kotedia.

QUT experts will also take part in some fascintating panel discussions during the festival, including:
- Brain food breakfast: Sporting success - Nature vs Nurture (Distinguished Professor Matt Brown)
- The language of the universe: Can mathematics explain everything (Distinguished Professor Kerrie Mengersen)
A sporting chance: Building the ultimate athlete (Prof Gene Moyle)
- Chasing longevity: The quest for longer life (Associate Professor Derek Richard)

- Creating on screen chemistry (Distinguished Professor Kerrie Mengersen and Professor Michael Milford)

Visit QUT's official media release for more details of QUT's involvement.


21 March 2018 - 25 March 2018
World Science Festival Brisbane
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