How does the Periodic Table feature in our everyday life? Hydrogen and helium were the first elements formed after the Big Bang with the newest element, Hassium, discovered in 1984. The 118 elements listed in the Periodic Table form the basis for our universe, the world, and everything in it. Are we made up of all 118 elements of the Periodic Table?
We are pleased to announce our panellists are:A/Prof Tom Raimondo - Geology and Geochemistry, University of South Australia
Dr Louisa Esdaile - Organic Chemist, Flinders University
Dr Justin Gum - Consulting Exploration Geologist, Metalzoic
Please join us on Friday 5th March at the Rob Roy Hotel (106 Halifax Street, Adelaide). This event kicks off at 6:00 pm and will finish by approx. 7:30 pm. Doors will open at 5:30 pm.
NOTE: DUE TO COVID REGULATIONS THERE ARE LIMITED PLACES AND THE EVENT WILL BE TICKETED. Attendance is free, but restricted to ticketholders only. Due to the high demand, if ticketholders do not arrive by 5:55pm, their ticket will be forfeit and their place given away.
The principal goal of SciPubAdelaide is to make science engaging and accessible to the public. Each panel consists of three experts who deliver 10-15 minute presentations on their area and then open up to questions from the audience via a moderator. Panellists are selected primarily on their ability to effectively communicate science in an engaging and non-technical manner. SciPubAdelaide is held in a pub so that scientists, aspiring scientists, and non-scientists can learn, discuss and think critically about hot topics in science.
We will be delighted to see you there!