24 March 2021
The Moon is Mine: A Hypothetical
WSFB Website
24 March 2021

Event Description

Why can’t I own a piece of the moon? The year is 2030 and space tourism is now a thriving reality. But one company is setting its sights slightly further...

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

Event Description

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 –...

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

Event Description

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 –...

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

Event Description

Ever wondered where chemistry stops and biology begins? Or what happens to the nutrients inside of living things when they die? Find out at the World Science Festival Brisbane as...

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

Event Description

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...

26 March 2021
Science of Change, Life & Explosions (High School)
Concert Hall, QPAC
26 March 2021

Event Description

You and everything you touch is made up of atoms. But how do all the building blocks of the universe stick together to make the Earth and everything on it?...

26 March 2021
Science of Change, Life & Explosions (Primary School)
Concert Hall, QPAC
26 March 2021

Event Description

You and everything you touch is made up of atoms. But how do all the building blocks of the universe stick together to make the Earth and everything on it?...

27 March 2021
Ancient Sea Monsters with Espen Knutsen
LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM
27 March 2021

Event Description

While dinosaurs may have ruled the land, giant marine reptiles hunted the depths of the sea. The Sea Monsters exhibition brings together real fossils from millions of years ago and gigantic replicas,...

27 March 2021
Trapdoor Spiders with Michael Rix
LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM
27 March 2021

Event Description

Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of trapdoor spiders and their kin – the master architects of the spider world. Join renowned arachnologist, Dr Mike Rix, as he highlights cutting-edge...

28 March 2021
Photography with Gary Cranitch – Extreme Environments
LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM
28 March 2021

Event Description

Queensland contains some of the most revered and stunning landscapes in the world, and capturing their magic takes real skill and years of patience. Fortunately, Queensland Museum has exactly that...

28 March 2021
Scientific Illustration with Geoff Thompson
LEVEL 2, THEATRE, QUEENSLAND MUSEUM
28 March 2021

Event Description

For hundreds of years recording scientific research and discoveries didn’t change much. From when Leonardo di Vinci was drawing his inventions, scientific observations and theories through to the time Charles...