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Croucher Science Week 2018


At the Family Day, staff from the Australian Museum showed visitors the method of extracting DNA from fruits.
At the Family Day, staff from the Australian Museum showed visitors the method of extracting DNA from fruits.
A performer from Science Made Simple demonstrated the resonance experiment using a glass and simple props.
A performer from Science Made Simple demonstrated the resonance experiment using a glass and simple props.
During a Science Show, Nanogirl invited a child to ride on a tailor-made hovercraft to experience the thrill of floating in the air.
During a Science Show, Nanogirl invited a child to ride on a tailor-made hovercraft to experience the thrill of floating in the air.
Scholars from the Croucher Foundation present their scientific research in an interesting way.
Scholars from the Croucher Foundation present their scientific research in an interesting way.
A staff from Anturus instructed a child to make a pooter and observe the behaviour of insects.
A staff from Anturus instructed a child to make a pooter and observe the behaviour of insects.
At a Family Workshop, participants learned how to solder electronic components onto a circuit board.
At a Family Workshop, participants learned how to solder electronic components onto a circuit board.
Speakers from Science Made Simple used hands-on props to create optical illusions for the audience.
Speakers from Science Made Simple used hands-on props to create optical illusions for the audience.
A magician explained the mathematics behind his magic tricks.
A magician explained the mathematics behind his magic tricks.


 

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