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World Science Festival Brisbane 2017 Visitor Survey
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Get your entries in before this Saturday to name your very own species of spider! #Arachnids #WSFBrisbane #RethinkScience ... See MoreSee Less
Spider Naming Competition - World Science Festival
Receive the very rare honour of naming a brand new species of water spider found by Queensland Museum arachnologist Dr Robert Raven.
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RT @joelwerner: Some kind words about #CosmicVertigo, like this from the A+++ @bellocollective..
"If you're looking for a new science podca…
RT @QldCon_Griffith: The @Mutech_QldCon Sonic Playground filled @QldCon_Griffith with experiments & installations for @WSFBrisbane #100xLis…
RT @BrytheFlyGuy: What a weekend!
✅Meet @DoctorKarl & @astroduff
✅Pick up rare specie…
RT @LeahBarclay: Sound + science takes the stage @WSFBrisbane with #100xListen @QldCon_Griffith https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FozJBPVbMP0&feature=youtu.be
RT @bgreene: Quantum entanglement -- "spooky action" -- extended to a collection of 16 million atoms, largest group ever. https://t.co/3vrV…
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