There are many ways to
get involved with the Young Tassie Scientists program during National
Science Week 2005.
a Young Tassie Scientist to talk at your school during National
To invite one
of our Young Tassie Scientists to speak at your school during National
Science Week (13-21 August) contact Dr Fiona Taylor on 6226 2845
or email Fiona.Taylor@utas.edu.au
Vote for your favourite Young Tassie Scientist online!
Visit our online
voting facility to vote for your favourite Young Tassie Scientist!
Voting opens Sunday 14 August and closes at 4.00pm on Friday 19
August. Just by voting you could win one of our fantastic spot prizes!
Visit the emerging II Science/Art exhibition at the Top Gallery, Salamanca
by Winter School students from the University of Tasmania:
- Shea Bresnehan
- Rosie Hoyt
- Liz Salt
- Rob Saunders
- Aviva Reed
Top Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart
Duration: August 12 until September 12,
Hours: 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday
Tassie Scientists "90 Seconds of Fame" Competition
the Young Tassie Scientists 2005 program, Bernie Hobbs will host
the Young Tassie Scientists 90 Seconds of Fame Competition
on Friday 19 August, 5.00-7.00pm, in Hobart at the University Club.
Bernie is the ABC's "Science Chick" extraordinaire, the
XX-chromosome's equivalent to Dr Karl. Check out her website: https://www.abc.net.au/science/chickscience/#
Here's a chance
for the Young Tassie Scientists to strut their stuff, blow their
trumpet, and tell the world what that hard work they do really is
about -- all in 90 not-too-serious seconds. Powerpoint presentations
will be strictly banned, but any other props (be it animal, mineral
or vegetable) will be highly encouraged. Bernie will host and judge
the competition (she may even take bribes) and for this mega-star
event there'll be a mega-star prize.
will also include the announcement of this year's "Most Popular
Young Tassie Scientist", based on the online competition that
will be running during NSWk. If you haven't voted for your favourite
Young Tassie Scientist yet, vote now!
of Appreciation to all Young Tassie Scientists (past and present)
will also be presented.
Seconds of Fame Competition" is a free public event, but tickets
will be required for entry. Nibbles
will be served, and drinks will be available at bar prices.
Mary Blake (Mary.Blake@utas.edu.au or phone 6226 2125) for tickets
and more information.