Talking Science Panel: Scientific innovations – Sydney Science Trail 2023 (Stage 4, Stage 5, Stage 6)
Science is full of new and creative ideas, join a panel of passionate STEM educators to learn about how scientists are learning to harness technology in ways previously unimaginable.
Have you heard about ‘environmental’ DNA, the traces of genetic blueprints left in water, sediments and even air, that could help scientists uncover the secrets of the past? Science is full of new and creative ideas, and scientists are learning to harness technology in ways previously unimaginable. Join this panel of inspiring STEM researchers as they reveal their innovative research, passions and careers.
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Speakers include Dr Yi-Kai Tea, Chadwick Biodiversity Research Fellow, Ichthyology at the Australian Museum; Amber Whitebone, PhD Candidate, Palaeoscience Research Centre at the University of New England; and Dr Georgina Meakin, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Forensic Science at the University of Technology Sydney.
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Science and Tech » Earth and Environmental Science
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