A discussion about the wonders of books that get you into science, with Warren Bonett of Embiggen Books – found at 197-203, Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne, Victoria.
It’s a month of science communication goodness nation-wide – but if you’re heading Melbourne-way, you should be checking out the following events:
- “Giants of Medicine” – free event with Prof Doherty and Professor Ian Frazer: 7th August, 2013.
Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty and Professor Ian Frazer at The Wheeler Centre on the 7th of August. The evening will be moderated by Reema Rattan, Health Editor for The Conversation. More information here: http://giantsofmedicine.eventbrite.com.au/
- Previously promoted on the Token Skeptic blog – Shelley Segal at Embiggen Books, which happened on the 30th May.
- Also mentioned in this episode and featured at the Big Ideas Book Club being held at Embiggen Books on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 – Math on Trial: How Numbers Get Used and Abused in the Courtroom by Leila Schneps & Coralie Colmez.
- In addition: meet ‘Jabbed’ director Sonya Pemberton and key experts at FREE public forum at University of Melbourne, Wednesday 5 June, 2013 5:00PM – http://ict4lifesciences.microevents.com.au/event/jabbed-love-fear-and-vaccines.
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