The Language of the Universe (Primary School)
24 March 2021
Concert Hall, QPAC

Summary

Ever wondered how the universe works? Whether it is telecommunications, staying on your bike, colliding galaxies, or the Big Bang; physics is the science that describes how the universe – and everything in it – works. Join us for a journey through space and time as we explore physics from the very big (colliding galaxies and supermassive black holes) through to the very small (lasers and the coldest temperatures in the universe). Hear from world leading physicists and learn how astronomers studying the universe, magnetically levitating trains, and lasers are all linked by the same laws of physics.

The Language of the Universe is presented with QPAC.

 

FEATURING

Tamara Davis

Tamara Davis

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Tamara Davis

Astrophysicist Tamara Davis studies the elusive “dark energy” that’s accelerating the universe. She’s measured time-dilation in distant supernovae, helped make one of the largest maps of the galaxies in the...

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School Information
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Curriculum Links
ACSSU048, ACSSU049, ACSSU076, ACSSU080

Extra Resources

Lighting up the Shadows

This resource consists of a number of activities on the properties of light which can be completed either onsite at Queensland Museum, offsite in the classroom, or in combination.

Contains curriculum links to:
Years: 5
Physics

Generating Electricity: Past and Present

Explore the past, present and future of electrical energy, including its generation and ability to power movement around our vast state.

Contains curriculum links to:
Years: 6
Physics

 

SparkLab: Gravity Run

Build your very own Gravity Run using a series of found items. Problem solve to build a successful track to carry a ball from the start all the way to the finish.

Contains curriculum links to:
Years: Prep, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
Physics / Technology

Cost

Student $10

Location

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

Age Recommendation

Students - grades 3 to 6

Session Times

The Language Of The Universe (primary School)

24 March 2021

60mins 1:00pm

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