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Science Steve – Live and Loud presented by Street Science
10am – 10.30am and 2pm – 2.30pm
From coloured fireballs and liquid nitrogen concoctions through to sensory stimulation like no other. Don’t miss out on this mind-bending journey of scientific discovery presented by Queensland’s own Science Steve!
The Treasure of Captain Curlylocks presented by Nadia Sunde
11am – 11.30am
When the treasure chest of Captain Curlylocks washes up on the Beach, Nadia takes a careful peek inside … but what is this! Instead of rubies and pearls, Captain Curlylocks has left her patchwork pirate coat and inside it’s pocket … a treasure map!!!
Join Nadia as she sets sail on an unforgettable and fun-filled adventure to a land where the imagination runs free! The Treasure of Captain Curlylocks combines comedy, music and audience participation. Suitable for children aged 3 – 8 and their families.
BrainBuzz presented by the Nine Network
12pm – 12.30pm
BrainBuzz is Nine’s brand new children’s TV science show where those nagging questions you’ve always wondered about, are brainstormed and answered. Catch BrainBuzz Host Kellyn Morris, Resident Scientist Clare Van Dorssen and BrainBuzz’s Einstein as they bring some of this TV fun to the World Science Festival Brisbane.
There will be experiments, explosions, and plenty of excitement as BrainBuzz’s Einstein angles in on the action. This interactive experience is guaranteed to bring plenty of laughs, and is sure to blow your mind! Catch BrainBuzz Monday to Friday on 9Go, or anytime on 9Now!
Big Science, Big Fun! presented by Fizzics Education
Join Fizzics as we explore the laws of physics, including how we can sit on a bed of nails, how to steer a spacecraft, and the science behind explosions!
Social Robots as Healthcare Assistants presented by QUT
2.45pm – 3pm
Social robots are being used in the healthcare space as a new innovative tool to support people with their health and wellbeing. Nicole Robinson will discuss different types of social robots, and how they are currently helping people to achieve a healthy outcome.
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