For the first time in Chinchilla, Pioneers in Science will provide high school students the rare opportunity to interview a renowned scientist live on stage.
Meet Adele Green, Senior Scientist at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute. Professor Green studies one of Australia’s most pressing and widespread health issues: skin cancer. Her landmark 20-year study into the regular use of sunscreen proved its effectiveness as an early intervention to decrease melanoma – a breakthrough in cancer research.
In this conversation-style event, moderator Dr Rob Bell will invite pre-selected students from the audience to ask their own questions of Professor Green live on stage.
Following Pioneers in Science, students will explore the interactive science extravaganza that is STREET SCIENCE! Featuring hands-on activities, interactive exhibits and mind-bending experiments, students will taste the pure fun of science.
Submit your questions
Students are invited to submit their questions to our pioneer, of which some will be selected for the live show. To submit your questions, please fill out the online form before Friday 1 March. Submissions are open now. You will be contacted via email if your question is chosen for the event.
Pioneers in Science 12.30pm – 1.30pm, followed by Street Science 1.30pm – 2.45pm
Complete the QTIX School Group Booking Request form.
If you have any questions, please phone a QTIX Groups Bookings Officer on (07) 3840 7466.
This event is proudly supported by Community Partner Shell’s QGC business.
Adèle Green is a Senior Scientist and heads the Cancer and Population Studies Group at the QIMR Berghofer Institute of Medical Research. She trained in medicine, and her research career...View Profile
The term "mad scientist" may well be appropriate for Dr Robert Bell - he is mad about science and will go to any lengths to uncover and explain the ways...View Profile
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