Science Alive! 2023 was a SELL OUT!
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Do you know the Kaurna word for “sharks egg”? Find out at Science Alive when Karno Martin and Michael Mills present “Wonggayerlo: Footprints in the Sand”, a journey to understand the different ways we can know things. Join us in this wonderful, interactive experience for the whole family, as we explore the world around us from two very different points of view.
In this high energy show Dr Quark explores the science and forces behind the circus tricks we all love. While performing feats of unicycling, juggling, rolla bolla and plate spinning, Dr Quark demonstrates the effects of gravity, momentum, friction, air pressure, energy transfer and push and pull forces.
Using Liquid Nitrogen, we journey through how cooling different materials changes them. We'll explore solids, liquids and gasses and even plasma in the form of fire. We will be smashing, crushing and making a salad using our super cool liquid (its cool cause its very cold). Let us see what happens to lettuce when it meets nitrogen.
With presentations designed to inspire a connection with the natural world as well as an appreciation for our unique and often fragile wildlife, Animals Anonymous engage children in a genuine, hands-on experience that leaves them with a sense of hope and knowing that they can make a positive environmental impact through biodiversity development and habitat preservation.