Physics in the Pub on May 28
Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol44 Issue20 20–24 May 2019
The line up is coming together for Physics in the Pub on May 28, sponsored by AIP and Physics@ANU - put it in the diary!
Searching for water around distant stars, detecting galactic magnetic fields and the role of cheese in innovation - it'll be a night like no other! All in the friendly vibe of Smiths Alternative, with ample drinks and snacks close at hand. Click here to register now, as we always pack out.
There is one last spot available for a presenter - contact me now with your idea (more details are below).
Check out my latest video on how a bike tyre is like an air conditioner - a bit of stealth thermodynamics. I know you love thermodynamics ( even if you don't realise it yet.)
In case you didn't realise, I run training courses to help you and your colleagues communicate science more clearly and creatively. Conquering nerves in a talk, writing a killer press release, or quirky ideas for videos - more details on my website.
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