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Sydney Science Trail 2021 – Women in STEM Panel

Live Event
16
Aug

Join us to hear from our panel of incredible women working in STEM, and their individual journeys that have brought them to where they are today. Follow their amazing research over their careers and get inspired by their work. Featuring Dr Ceri Brenner (ANSTO), Dr Jen Matthews (UTS) and other panellists to be confirmed.  

Proudly presented by Sydney Science Trail: Education. Sydney Science Trail is delivered as a collaborative partnership between the Australian Museum and the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney in celebration of National Science Week 2021. 

BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
The Royal Botanic Garden and Domain Trust

Excursion Details

Excursion Type

Live Event - Scheduled

Presenter

Dr Ceri Brenner (ANSTO), Dr Jen Matthews (UTS) and other panellists to be confirmed.  

Date & Time

  16-Aug-2021    09:45AM

Duration

60 minutes

Price

Free

Instructions

Requirements for this excursion

This event will be delivered as a webinar through Zoom.

You will need high-speed internet access, a camera and microphone for interactive components and a screen and speaker for your students to be able to hear and see the presentation.

For more information about this excursion content

Name: Education Team

Phone: 02 9231 8134

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/Learn/sydney-science-trail

Terms and Conditions

Sydney Science Trail is delivered as a collaborative partnership between the Australian Museum and The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney in celebration of National Science Week 2021.

If you opt in to receive more information when booking this excursion, you agree to receive more information on Australian Museum and Royal Botanic Gardens programs coming up. Your personal details will be protected inter the Australian Museum Privacy Statement and the Royal Botanic Gardens privacy statement.

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