Dr Karl Kruszelnicki Talk

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Follow Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, AM, Australia's favourite science guru, on a multimedia Random Road Trip through Science.

Dr Karl will lead the audience on a mission to track down awe and wonder in the Universe. He asks, Why do wombats poo cubes? What nearly destroyed humanity on Halloween 2015? How do you use an incinerating toilet? Find out why we've sent a spacecraft with Dr Karl's name on it to kiss the Sun. He ponders, whether cannibalism is nutritious, and the answer to the Biggest Question of All - why does spaghetti always break into three pieces? Plus a whole lot more. So strap in and get ready for a random ride through the Universe. Who knows where you'll end up!

Karl Kruszelnicki has degrees in Physics and Mathematics, Biomedical Engineering, Medicine and Surgery and has worked as a physicist, tutor, film-maker, car mechanic, labourer, and as a medical doctor. The Random Road Trip is his 45th popular science book with total book sales now over 1 million copies. Since 1995, he has been the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at the University of Sydney.

The vote of thanks will be given by Professor Graham Durant AM , Director of Questacon, Australia's National Science and Technology Centre. He is an Honorary Professor at the Australian National University and led the Inspiring Australia initiative to develop a national science communication strategy for Australia. He is Vice President of the Asia-Pacific network of science centres and a member of the board of the Australian Science Media Centre.

Pre-event book signings will be available from 5:30pm and again after the event. This event is in association with Harry Hartog Bookshop and books will be available to purchase.