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ATTENTION ALL SCIENCE STUDENTS & STAFF!
The SSLL is hosting a FREE breakfast during this Thursday 26th October from 9:30am to 11:30am. Please come by for some warm, fresh, yummy food!
#WeekendRead: "While I was always good at science, I had no idea that it could be a career. I started my undergraduate at Monash doing a double degree in science and engineering, but quickly dropped out of engineering as I simply wasn't enjoying it." Dr Paul Lasky, a member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration team behind one of the biggest discoveries of the 21st century in astronomy, shares why he chose to be an astrophysicist and the next big thing in space exploration. http://bit.ly/2yzVW0q
Space enthusiasts, don't miss meeting and posing questions to the Monash team that was involved in the discovery of colliding neutron stars - hailed as one of the biggest astronomical discoveries of the 21st century. Wednesday, 25 Oct, 6 pm S2 Lecture Theatre Clayton Campus - all are welcome and no RSVPs needed.
.@DrRowanBrookes: #STEM grads can go into business, politics, starts-ups & are job creators rather than job seekers. https://t.co/JImSESRGgw
.@Monash_Science #graduates: connect with companies that are looking for people just like you:… https://t.co/YBhc8hQdji
An inspiring evening of how great ideas and an entrepreneurial mindset can solve problems! #gclaunchpad https://t.co/zVmU3Lclwl
#WeekendRead: Dr @LaskyPaul Why I became an #astrophysicist and the next big thing in #space exploration.… https://t.co/myPVI5mtrK
25 Oct 6 pm, S2 Lecture Theatre Clayton Campus: Our researchers will be on hand to discuss, take Q & As on the disc… https://t.co/Wb5kC816DH
Congrats to Dr Russell Anderson - recipient of an Australian Award for University Teaching for outstanding contribu… https://t.co/MIsDBCsMQc
#Explainer: #NeutronStars - the overachievers of the universe by @DuncanKGalloway via @ConversationEDU https://t.co/C9vWc3kWyQ