Date: Wednesday 5 June 2019
Time: 5:45pm for 6pm – 7pm
Venue: York Theatre, Seymour Centre
Cost: Free. Register here.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki just loves science to pieces. After all, Science is a way to not get fooled. Did you know we use all of our brain (not just 10%), discover how to work out pi in a zombie apocalypse, how biodiversity meant that we can still have rice with our curries, the truth about the Bermuda Triangle and more…
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
Julius Sumner Miller Fellow, University of Sydney
Dr Karl’s media career spans more than 30 years, talking about Science in radio, TV, newspapers, and books – 44 to date with more on the way.
His accolades range from the Ig Nobel Prize from Harvard University for his ground-breaking research into belly button fluff and why it is almost always blue, to being one of Australia’s 100 National Living Treasures.
A lifetime student, Karl has earned degrees in Physics and Maths, Biomedical Engineering, Medicine and Surgery. Since 1995, he has been the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at Sydney University, where his ‘mission’ is to spread the good word about science and its benefits.
This event is free and open to all but online registration is essential.
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Entry to ticket holders will be prioritised and given on a first in, best dressed basis until the room reaches capacity. If an event is full, this may result in standing room or delayed admittance until an appropriate time.
We recommend early arrival to allow time for finding the venue and securing a seat to the event. Doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start time.
If you could not register but would like to attend, you are welcome to join a stand-by queue on the night as seats may become available due to late cancellations. Please note, this is not guaranteed so you come at risk of non-admittance.
Located conveniently at the Broadway end of the city, the Seymour is close to Central and Redfern Stations, with great bus and rail links, ample parking and plenty of nearby facilities. Pedestrian access is from City Road directly opposite Victoria Park.
If you are coming by school coach or mini bus, the best drop-off point is Maze Crescent, behind the Seymour, accessible either from City Road via Butlin Avenue. There is a drop-off point on City Road about 100 metres up from the Seymour Centre after the bus stop, but coaches must not wait in this area.
For more detailed transport, parking and venue information go to Getting Here.