The Circle of Life (Primary School)
25 March 2021
Concert Hall, QPAC

Summary

What do an ant, a whale, bacteria and a forest all have in common? They’re all connected by the circle of life. Join three of the world’s leading biologists for a journey from the most basic forms of life in the universe and see how through the circle of life they are connected to the most complex example of life ever known – you!

The Circle of Life is presented with QPAC.

 

FEATURING

Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith

Speaker

Andrew Smith

Professor Smith graduated in Biochemistry from the University of Surrey UK, in 1985 and completed his PhD at Southampton University in 1989. Professor Smith’s research career has taken him to...

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Bernie Hobbs

Bernie Hobbs

Moderator

Bernie Hobbs

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Sally Wasef

Sally Wasef

Speaker

Sally Wasef

As a female early career researcher in an exciting yet challenging new field of science: Palaeogenetics, Dr Wasef was capable of successfully conducting state of the art molecular genomics in...

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Julien Louys

Julien Louys

Speaker

Julien Louys

Julien Louys is a vertebrate palaeontologist and palaeoecologist at the Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution at Griffith University. He has conducted research on Australian marsupials, the community ecology of...

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School Information
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Accessibility
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Curriculum links
ACSSU044, ACSSU072, ACSSU094

Extra Resources

Camouflage Master: Lifecycles

Get up close and experience first-hand the different life cycle stages of the Goliath Stick Insect!

Contains curriculum links to:
Year: 4
Biology

 

Growth and Survival of Living Things: Managing Microorganisms and Pests at the Museum

In this activity you will investigate how environmental conditions may be modified to prevent the growth and survival of microorganisms.

Contains curriculum links to:
Year: 6
Biology

Animal Survivor

In this resource you will analyse the features of an animal and relate the to its survival success – how will the survive if conditions were to change?

Contains curriculum links to:
Years: 5, 6, 9
Biology

Cost

Student $10

Location

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

Age Recommendation

Students - grades 3 to 6

Session Times

The Circle Of Life (primary School)

25 March 2021

60mins 1:00pm

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