Join Science Broadcaster and author Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and find out why it’s safer for a cat to fall from a 32-storey building than a 7-storey building, and get the low-down on the Bermuda Triangle, and how come wombats poo out about 90 little cubes (yes, cubes) each day!
You’ll also get the chance to ask all your burning science questions be they chemical, physical, technological, astrophysical or astronomical!
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Tickets for this event are now sold out. If spare seats are available at the show time, seats for visitors without tickets will be filled on a first come first served basis. If you missed out on a ticket there is still plenty to see and do, come along and visit the City of Science where Dr Karl will be signing books during the day. For more information visit www.worldsciencefestival.com.au/gladstone.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is an institution in Australian science communication, best known as an author and science commentator on Australian radio and television. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree...View Profile
Chrissy Arthur joined ABC in 1994 and has worked in various roles including as a news reporter, station manager and breakfast presenter in NSW and Queensland. She joined ABC Capricornia...View Profile
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