Type of event:
Audience / Guests:
Come along to hear the state's brightest new researchers talk about their research, results and discoveries.
- Filtering blood to remove cancer cells
- Remembering what you didn’t have time to see
- Magic crystals that can soak the energy out of coal
These are just some of the stories of discovery that we heard about last year. So what’s fresh in science this year?
Two free one hour forums will be held on campus where five researchers will each present for five minutes each and then answer questions.
For high school students the forum will be combined with science activities and tours of the campus hosted by UNSW Science.
The forums are aimed at secondary school students however upper primary and the public are welcome to attend.
Dates and times:
Tuesday 26 July Session A
10am to 11am Fresh Science forum
11.15am to 12.15pm Science activities and tour (for high school students)
Tuesday 26 July Session B
10.15am to 11.15am Science activities and tour (for high school students)
11.30am to 12.30pm Fresh Science forum
Fresh Science is a national competition that selects passionate, talented young scientists to present their work to the public and the media. Read about the latest science at www.freshscience.org.au
Register to attend the 2016 Fresh Science forum and activities at UNSW: