ANU75: Live science show by Dr Graham Walker

*The venue has been moved to an indoor location, Marie Reay Teaching Centre, Level 6 - Superfloor on account of heavy rain forecast*

Join Dr Graham Walker for a special open-air live science experience, part lecture but mostly science show.

Strap yourself in for a wild ride through a series of physics and chemistry as we blast, launch, laugh, ignite and explode our way through of series of astonishing experiments - including some to celebrate 75 years of our ANU. We'll 'rocketise' innocent soft drink bottles, launch teddy-bears with liquid nitrogen, create marshmallow-firing weapons of mass suction, create some jolly big (safe) explosions... and heaps more! It'll be pant-wettingly exciting! 

This event will have three sessions; 11.30-12.15pm , 12.30-1.15pm, and 1.30-2.15pm, therefore please register soon to book a place.

Please note: This is an in-person event, and according to ACT Health masks are recommended. If you do not feel well, have been in contact with a confirmed or suspected case, or visited an identified COVID hotspot, we urge you to please get yourself tested and refrain from attending the event. ACT Health provide regular updates therefore, attendees are requested to review and follow their guidelines before attending.