RiAus Free Range Science and Live Streaming

RiAus Free Range Science and Live Streaming

The RiAus (the Royal Institution of Australia)  is housed in the Science Exchange, Exchange Place, Adelaide. It was established to bring the findings of science to the broader community and promote public awareness and understanding of science. For a full list of programs visit www.riaus.org.au For regular updatesjoin their e-Newsletter mailing list.

Free Range Science is funded by the Victorian Government to bring science and scientists out of the lab and into the towns of regional Victoria. The program puts locals in touch with the people who research, design, create and use the science and technology that powers our lives. You can view the full 2010 program at http://freerangescience.org.au/

If you missed this years events, stay tuned for next year’s program when Free Range Science may visit your area or sign up to the Free Range Science mailing list.

 

Remaining Free Range Science Events for 2010

Friday 10th of December 2010
Will the world end in 2012? The astronomical evidence @ Ballarat Observatory

Saturday 11th of December 2010
Science on tap: the science of beer @ Geelong Farmers Market

Saturday 11th of December 2010
Scale Free Network's art-science lab @ Wendouree West family picnic day

RiAus Live Streaming

RiAus has launched a new feature, they will now be live streaming most of their events to allow you to interact with speakers and participate in the panel discussion from all corners of the world.

Their first livestreamed event was Merchants of Doubt with Naomi Oreskes on Thursday 18 November. You can watch a recording from this event or edited HD version on our website. This event was followed by The Silent Epidemic event on Tuesday 23 November and the Dunstan Environment Dialogues on Biodiversity on Wednesday 24 November. Visit www.riaus.org.au for future events or join the mailing list for updates.