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About UNSW x National Science Week

UNSW’s National Science Week program is a hotbed of ideas and innovation bringing together internationally acclaimed leaders in science, medicine, technology and engineering. In 2021, learn why space weather is our chief adversary in the quest to set foot on Mars, how lab-grown meat might save the planet, why a zero carbon future is now well within our grasp, and much more.  
 



OUR PARTNERS

In 2021 UNSW Centre for Ideas and the Museum of Human Disease was awarded a National Science Week grant from Inspiring Australia to support their extensive science week program. Inspiring Australia is the national strategy for public engagement with science, technology and innovation and develops influential networks that connect science and engineering researchers to big audiences. National Science Week is its annual flagship campaign, held each year in August. 

UNSW is also partnering with the Sydney Science Trail, Sydney Science Festival and Australian Institute of Physics.
 



VISITOR SAFETY INFORMATION 

Please read the COVID-19 visitor safety information prior to registering for this event. Check back closer to the event date as information is frequently updated. Information can be found here
 



CAN’T MAKE IT TO OUR LIVE EVENTS?  

Many of our live events will be recorded for our podcast. Make sure you subscribe to stay up to date.  

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CONTACT 

For event enquiries or to discuss your access requirements, please call the Centre for Ideas on 02 9065 0485 or email centreforideas@unsw.edu.au

The Centre for Ideas is happy to receive phone calls via the National Relay Service. TTY users, phone 133 677, then ask for 02 9065 0485. Speak and Listen users, phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 02 9065 0485. Internet relay users, visit relayservice.gov.au, then ask for 02 9065 0485. 

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