Prehistoric predators, satellite selfies, reclaiming dark skies, and more 3 August

National Science Week

Great stories and talent up for grabs around Australia, including:

▪ Discover storms on Jupiter—multiple events and locations

▪ Your selfie from space—Canberra and Northern Territory

▪ Get your dark sky back—talent from Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne

▪ Are bushfires good for plankton?—Tasmania

▪ Giant wombats versus ichthyosaurs: which would win? Adelaide palaeontologists fight over which is the best fossil

▪ Vaccines, coronavirus, criminal trials, and climate change: trusting science in a time of crisis—Melbourne

▪ Is your diet good for the planet?—talent in Sydney and Melbourne

▪ What will it take to keep the Great Barrier Reef great? Ask an expert—Gold Coast

▪ Flying doctors: how do you save lives while flying thousands of metres above sea level?—Perth

▪ Growing hemp in the Red Centre—Alice Springs

These are just a few of the events happening across Australia in National Science Week, August 15 to 23.

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