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12-20 August, 2017
Join us as we celebrate National Science Week, with free events and activities exploring how science shapes the world we live in.
Join our leading scientists as they talk myth-busting maths, autonomous cars, and getting beyond the crystal ball.
Visit our Parkville campus Open Day and discover more about Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with Kids’ Lab, experiments, interactive displays and tours.
Visit our pop-up stall at the Queen Victoria Market, get up close with adult zebrafish, and chat with our researchers.
An international theatre performance inspired by three remarkable women scientists.
We ask Dr Chris Thompson, Associate Dean of Education and Senior Lecturer, School of Chemistry.
We pose this question to Dr Jasmina Lazendic-Galloway, School of Physics and Astronomy Research Fellow.
But what's maths got to do with it?