Are you curious to hear about the real world application of research conducted by some of Sydney’s top scientists?
During National Science Week, visit UNSW's Kensington campus for two entertaining and enlightening short sessions with a selection of our researchers, in the relaxed surrounds of the newly refurbished UNSW Bookshop. There will be plenty of time for discussion and questions.
Session 1 (12 to 1pm)
Is there such a thing as a healthy brain?
Why are we so fascinated with brain health? Hear three scientists from UNSW’s School of Psychology talk about their research spanning brain health from toddler to late-life.
Hosted by Professor Simon Killcross, Head of the School of Psychology, UNSW Science.
Session 2 (1.15 to 2.15pm)
Location: UNSW Bookshop, E15 College Road, Kensington, Sydney, NSW 2052
This event is part of the 2019 program of events UNSW Sydney is presenting for the Sydney Science Festival and National Science Week.
The 2019 program of events includes talks, tours and events that will reveal the science that blows your mind – from an unexpected method to measure dark matter to the feminist history of the internet. See the full program here