After a successful SCIENCE OF CURRY night, we've got some more events coming up that will combine a good time out with a dash of science. We're working on a science of seafood which will be held in July, a great BIG science quiz later in the year, and a special breakfast - The Science of Sport, which will be held on October 18th, the day before the ALL BLACKS vs Wallabies clash at the Forysth Barr Stadium.
If you have any suggestions for a "science of..." evening or activity, then please let us know at email@example.com Don't forget to sign up for the newsletter to be the first to find out about the events as they are announced
With over 12,000 people attending the diffrerent events, this year's festival was one of the best ever - our thanks to our many guests, inernational, national and local as well as the team of volunteers, sponsors and supporters who made the week so special. Keep an eye on our facebook page for more upcoming information about science activities throughout Dunedin
JULY 4. There are very few tickets available for Stephanie's Keynote tonight and Nigel Latta tommorrow. If you do want tickets, please go to Wall Street Mall and purchase there. .If you have already bought tickets last week, you can pick them up from Wall Street; if you have bought them from ticketdirect.co.nz this week,you can pick them up from St Davids from 6:15 tonight
Please note you must have a ticket (paper or hard ticket) to get entry
The two science of coffee events have now sold out
MAY 30 The 2012 festival programme is now online. Have a look through to decide what you may want to do for the week. Remember that tickets go on sale next Tuesday so get in quick!
MAY 16: Tickets go on sale Tuesday 5th June
Tickets and workshop bookings go live on Tuesday 5th June. May 16: We are proud to announce two of our special guests of the festival.
Introducing two of our stars of the festival - Nigel Latta and current NASA Astronaut Stephanie D Wilson. Nigel is a psychologist and TV presenter, and well known for his humorous look at what makes us who we are. Stephanie is a NASA veteran and has been in space for 3 missions (a total of 42 days!), most recently in 2010 on the shuttle Discovery.
Although from completely different backgrounds, both love science and are passionate about sharing it with people. Whilst here, they will be covering topics as diverse as preparing for and working in the world's most extreme environment, mental toughness, motivation, our memory and how we cope with pressure! For more information...
About the festival
From the strange to the serious, the NZ International Science Festival brings Dunedin alive this winter. With everything from hands on workshops for the kids through to the science behind why we take risks and international guest speakers there will be something for all ages. At times you’ll be shocked, scared or surprised as we bring a side to science that you’ve never seen before
When: 30th June through to 8th July
Where: Venues around Dunedin, NZ
The 2014 festival dates have been announced, and will be held from July 5 through to July 11. Lock that date away in your diary now! We will let you know some of the key events, guests and activities as we get closer. Ensure you sign up below for the newsletter to keep informed Read moreabout:2014 FESTIVAL DATES ANNOUNCED !