SYDNEY SCIENCE FORUM: PUBLIC LECTURES BY THE BRIGHTEST MINDS IN SCIENCE

The public lecture series, the Sydney Science Forum, brings over 2,000 people from the Sydney community a year on campus to hear about the latest in scientific research, ideas, possibilities and innovations.

The forums take place several times throughout the year and are a highlight of the Science Alliance program. Many of the guest speakers are leaders in their respective fields and the Forum provides not only an opportunity to listen to, but also to interact with these special guests.

The series communicates cutting-edge science research in a manner that is easily digestible, and what’s more is fun!

Sydney Science Forum 2014

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Rust Never Sleeps: Combating Plant Rust Diseases to Protect Our Food Supplies
Wed 15 October 2014
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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.