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    Canberra Women of Science and Art (@CBRIN)

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    Event description

    What do drones, balloons, ships and mini 3D-printed robots have in common? They're all part of the Canberra Women of Science and Art events for National Science Week.

    ** FREE EVENT **

    Meet a diverse group of amazing Canberran women working in or inspired by science, tech, engineering, art and maths (STEAM).

    These people are anything but ‘boring scientists’ or ‘wacky artists’. Featured at this event will be:

    • Katie Vidal: Education lead with She Maps. Katie teaches children and teachers how to fly drones.
    • Naomi Duckworth: Engineering Manager with Department of Defence. Naomi is a systems engineer and is working on Australia’s future Navy ships. Naomi also loves design, renovations and thinking of creative ways to solve problems.
    • Claire Harris: Entrepreneur and Founder of Innovate Communicate. Claire helps scientists tell their stories and she’s also fascinated by robot technology, 3D-printing and creating a tribe of robot-art Brave Bots.
    • Dr Phil Dooley: Business founder, science writer, videomaker, science performer and science communication trainer. Phil will be MC.
    Venue

    Canberra Innovation Network, 5/1 Moore St, Canberra. Street parking nearby. Family friendly venue (with some toys available for young children).

    Format

    Casual 'fireside chat' with the Canberra Women of Science and Art over lunch. Followed by Q&A with the audience and networking.

    Lunch

    BYO or buy a ticket to receive a lunchbox including a sandwich, piece of fruit, muffin of the day, bottled water & a serviette.

    Check out the other events, catering for different ages and levels of interactivity.
    1. Little people & families @Woden Library (Fri 19 Aug)
    2. All-ages workshops @ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (Innovation Space 2.04, Level 2, Birch Building #35) (Sun 21 Aug)

      This event is hosted by Claire Harris (from Innovate Communicate). Please visit the website for more information.

      This National Science Week project is supported by the Australian Government through the National Science Week ACT Committee. Thank you to all our incredible partners.

      We acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and acknowledge that this event is being held on Ngunnawal land.

      *Note that you may be photographed or filmed at this event. Please advise the host if you don't want to be included in imagery.


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