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 the ABC’s Nate Byrne about his love of all things weather and science related; Niraj Lal will take us on journey to the sustainable cities of the future; and Margaret Ross will enlighten you about the new medical dawn for psychedelic drugs.
Margaret Ross is a Senior Clinical Psychologist at St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, working in the Psychosocial Cancer Care and Palliative Medicine Departments. She has worked as a research fellow at...View Profile
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 Niraj (Nij) Lal graduated with a PhD in physics from the University of Cambridge as a Gates Scholar in 2012 and in 2016 was named one of Australia's Top...View Profile
Nate Byrne is a weather presenter who brings meteorological credentials to the table each morning as part of the ABC News Breakfast team. Nate trained with the Bureau of Meteorology...View Profile
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