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 learn how we really experience flavours with food scientist Heather Smyth; find out about building a city on the sea with Joerg Baumeister; and Paul Willis will share his passion for paleontology.
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
Dr Heather Smyth is a flavour and sensory scientist who has been working with premium food and beverage products for over fifteen years. Current projects involve specialty coffee, beer, wine,...View Profile
Joerg has been a researcher, practitioner, educator and consultant in Architecture and Urban Design for more than 20 years throughout Europe, Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Asia and Australia. In 2019...View Profile
Paul is currently CEO of Media Engagement Services teaching researchers how to communicate, CEO of video documentary makers Palaeo Pictures and an Adjunct Associate Professor in Palaeontology at Flinders University....View Profile
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