Enviro sciences at GriffithGriffith climate change expert Brendan Mackey recently headlined the World Science Festival Brisbane as part of a panel discussion about ways to save Australia’s iconic reefs from decline.

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World Science Festival Brisbane

Be informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepare to engage with its ramifications for the future.

Griffith University is an academic partner of one of the world’s most prestigious scientific and cultural festivals. Queensland Museum will host the Festival in Brisbane from March 9 – 13.

Griffith University is an academic partner of one of the world’s most prestigious scientific and cultural festivals. Queensland Museum will host the Festival in Brisbane from March 9 –

Is bottled water better? Hear the inconvenient truth and why science might convince us otherwise during World Science Festival Brisbane's Water Talks.

Is bottled water better? Hear the inconvenient truth and why science might convince us otherwise during World Science Festival Brisbane's Water Talks.

The Brisbane Convention Bureau is whipping up a wicked bevy of experimental brews at AIME 2016 to celebrate the inaugural World Science Festival Brisbane http://modo.ly/1RSpJ9R

The Brisbane Convention Bureau is whipping up a wicked bevy of experimental brews at AIME 2016 to celebrate the inaugural World Science Festival Brisbane.

World Science Festival Brisbane | When Science Meets Art: An Enduring Entanglement

Join our creative panel as they discuss science and arts enduring entanglement and whether it will ever be one of equals.

Green Heart Schools Future BNE Challenge - World Science Festival Brisbane 2017  | Brisbane City Council

As part of the 2017 World Science Festival Brisbane from March Brisbane City Council is proud to present Green Heart Schools Future BNE Challenge - an interactive, inquiry-based learning, future-thinking challenge.

In case you thought nature was all about cute, fuzzy animals and sweet-smelling flowers, here’s a swimming spider that eats fish and frogs. Endemic to freshwater streams in Queensland, Australia, the semi-aquatic arachnid was recently discovered close to Brisbane, before being presented this week at the World Science Festival, which is being held in the city.

Newly-discovered Australian spider can swim and eat toads The spider was named Dolomedes briangreenei, after famed physicist Brian Greene

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