Join our charismatic physics researcher Emerald Gaydon as she unravel the mysteries of physics in our cosmos for curious young minds. With stunning interactive demonstrations, breath-taking simulations, and a touch of theatrical magic, you’ll witness the awe-inspiring forces that shape the universe we call home. Ignite your curiosity and experience the thrill of discovery in a show that’s as educational as it is entertaining.
Winner of the 2020 National Council of Women of Queensland (NCWQ)’s Science Bursary Award, Emerald’s ultimate life goal is to become an astronaut on future lunar or mars missions. She is currently working at the crossroads of quantum physics verging on neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Emerald seeks to spark curiosity in the minds of the public and inspire future STEM professionals.
Suitable for students in Years 4 – 6.
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In this activity, students participate in a community of inquiry to discuss why it is useful to understand colour and light from a scientific perspective and how colour and light can help us in our daily lives.
In this activity, students investigate how they can use light and colour to change the way things look.
This learning resource consists of a number of engaging activities on the properties of light which can be completed either onsite at Queensland Museum, offsite in the classroom, or in combination.
$10 per student
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