MAKING IT GREAT: Celebrating Queensland Invention
21 March 2019 Cremorne Theatre, QPAC

Age Recommendation

Ages 13+

Venue

Cremorne Theatre, QPAC

Location

Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Melbourne Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Date

21 March 2019

Time

1:00pm - 2:15pm

Cost

Adult: $30 Concession: $25 Student: $20
Ian Frazer
Moderator

Ian Frazer

Moderator

Ian Frazer

Ian Frazer is a clinician scientist trained as a clinical immunologist in Scotland. As Professor at the University of Queensland he leads a research group working at the Translational Research...

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David Lloyd
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David Lloyd

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David Lloyd

David Lloyd is a Professor of Biomechanical Engineering and Director of the Gold Coast Centre for Orthopaedic Research, Engineering and Education, an alliance between Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital...

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Chris Jeffery
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Chris Jeffery

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Chris Jeffery

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Chamindie Punyadeera
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Chamindie Punyadeera

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Chamindie Punyadeera

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Neena Mitter
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Neena Mitter

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Neena Mitter

Neena Mitter, Director, Centre for Horticultural Science Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation, the University of Queensland (UQ) is internationally recognised for her leadership in innovative, cross-functional research and...

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Summary

From medical breakthroughs and remarkable robot technology to speed-breeding crops designed to feed the world’s growing population, science in Queensland continues to shine when it comes to turning original ideas into life-changing outcomes.

Meet our group of acclaimed inventive Queenslanders to find out why and how their Eureka moments and swathes of hard work came to fruition to leave an indelible mark on the future.

Hosting this event will be Professor Ian Frazer, one of Queensland’s best known scientists and co-inventor of the Gardasil vaccine, predicted to rid the world of cervical cancer within ten years.

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