Spring is in the air! Or at least it was last week… We hope the winter chill leaves soon and makes way for a sunny few months ahead.
Thank you to everyone who took part in Science Festival events last month. We hope you had a great week! Highlights included Tim Flannery’s keynote speech, liquid nitrogen ice cream pop up stall, future of food talk, the maths arcade, and many more!
Did you attend Science Festival this year? Or didn’t make it along? We’d like your feedback to help make next year’s event even better. Submit your feedback here.
Are you interested in completing an internship over Summer or Semester 1, 2017 for course credit? All the information you’ll need about the Science and Technology Internship Subject SCIE90017 subject is on this
website. There’s still time to apply!
In exciting science updates around the world, Costa Rica has been running on 100% renewable energy for two months straight, a Swedish University has served up the first ever CRISPR-Cas9 modified vegetables, and IBM’s artificial intelligence Watson has created a sci-fi movie trailer about AI (not creepy at all…). Pretty impressive effort, science.
Lots happening in the coming weeks on campus, so read on for events, opportunities and tips specifically for graduate science students.