SYDNEY SCIENCE FORUM: PUBLIC LECTURES BY THE BRIGHTEST MINDS IN SCIENCE
The Sydney Science Forum (SSF) series of lectures features prominent scientists from the University of Sydney and elsewhere to present their latest research in a interesting and informative forum. The lectures are FREE and aimed at members of the public and high school groups. Click each image above to find out more about each lecture.
In 2013, the SSF will include scientists from the University of Sydney and elsewhere, as well as our Julius Sumner Miller Fellow Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, dazzling audiences, young and old with their amazing array of scientific facts, figures and fun!
|Tue 25 June||Dance of the Planets & Music of the Stars: Recent revelations from NASA's Kepler mission
Presented by Dr Natalie Batalha and Professor Tim Bedding
|Wed 17 July||The Hunger Goals: New solutions to feeding the world
Presented by Associate Professor Robyn Alders and Professor Peter Windsor
|Wed 14 Aug||Surviving the Game: The Psychology of Gambling - Skill, Luck & Myth
Presented by Professor Alex Blaszczynski
|Wed 21 Aug||Carbon Copies: Inheritance of the human genome
Presented by Dr Bruce Stillman
|Wed 11 Sep||Limits of Control: Testing the extremes of human movement in mid-air
Presented by Associate Professor Holger R. Dullin
|Wed 16 Oct||The Fast and the Far-Reaching: Advances in Quantum Mechanics
Presented by Professor David Reilly
Sydney Science Forum archive
Read about past Sydney Science Forum lectures.
Other public lectures at the University of Sydney
* Please note lecture topics are subject to change without notice.