The formula for science unplugged is pretty simple. Take three of the brightest minds at the World Science Festival Brisbane, and give them a stage for 20 minutes each to share their love of science and the passion of their project. Throw in some Q & A, and deliver to an audience full of curiosity.
In this session you’ll hear from Kerrie Mengersen, a Professor of Statistics about using big data for social good; physicist Hugh Hunt will look at the common threads that link all spinning things and pain researcher Tasha Stanton will talk about how using virtual reality can impact the pain we feel.
Rhianna Patrick is Torres Strait Islander woman with 20+ years as a media professional. She’s worked across Indigenous media, communications, radio, television documentaries and news. Rhianna currently presents a national...View Profile
Tasha Stanton is a Clinical Pain Neuroscientist from the University of South Australia, interested in novel methods to understand why we hurt and why (sometimes) pain doesn't go away. She...View Profile
Kerrie Mengersen is a Professor of Statistics at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, and is currently an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow. She leads a 'Bayesian Research...View Profile
Hugh Hunt’s research centres on the control of noise and vibration from underground railways, but he also became involved in geoengineering as Co-Investigator on the SPICE project 2010-15 looking at...View Profile
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