Join us live to hear from some of our museum experts and find out about their unique scientific journeys.
The staff at the Australian National Museum in Sydney use science in unique and interesting ways; from developing state of the art treatment to conserve our museum specimens, to creating engaging ways to communicate scientific knowledge and concepts to our diverse audiences. In this live session, hear from a few of our experts about their career journeys so far and learn about why they love working at a place where we protect fragile objects, create world class exhibitions and use science to unravel the secrets of the past.
In celebration of International Women’s day, we are highlighting female staff, however also welcome all students to watch and engage with these online programs. We also have another panel with different speakers, you are welcome to join us for one or both sessions.
This session is designed for High School Students who are interested in careers that use science in interesting and unique ways. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions of our panel using the zoom Q&A feature and we also encourage you send in questions beforehand, you can even send them as a video to be played during the session.
This session will start at 2pm for all states observing Australian Eastern Daylight Time (NSW, ACT, Vic & Tas), 1.30pm for Schools in SA and Broken Hill, 1pm for schools in Qld 12.30pm for NT and 11am for WA. Please contact us if you would like to enquire about a session to suit your local timezone.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Australian National Maritime Museum
Speakers to be confirmed soon
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