Thinking about going to see The Martian?

Join us, the Australian Science Communicators Victoria for a mesmerizing movie experience.

Come at 6pm for a drink and pre-movie speaker – the fascinating Dianne McGrath. Dianne is one of the shortlisted Mars One astronaut candidates from around the world. Mars One is a non-profit organisation seeking to establish the first permanent settlement on Mars.

The movie night will be on Thursday October 15 at Kino Cinemas on Collins St.

– Tickets are $20, including the movie, speaker and popcorn
– Please arrived at 6pm for a 6:15 start.

Tickets are limited so make sure you get your tickets on Eventbrite:

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Location: Kino Cinemas on Collins St

Date: Thursday October 15th

Time: 6pm for 6:15pm start

Cost: $20


Laborastory wants you for 2015!

Thanks to Natalie Bedini for the invitation.

Share the story of your science hero at The Laborastory
On the first Wednesday of each month The Laborastory brings together five scientists from diverse fields to share the story of their science hero. They share the stories of the tragedies and triumphs of the men and women who made science their passion and inspire the scientists of today. The shows are hugely popular; every show is a sell-out. You can hear some of the past stories, including those by some ASC members, online here.

Here’s your chance to share the story of your science hero. The Laborastory are on the hunt for speakers for 2015. If you would like to share the ten-minute story of your science hero, contact Natalie Bedini.

The next show is at The Spotted Mallard on Wednesday 6 Mayl. You can get your tickets here.


Victorian 2014 special general meeting

15 April 2014
6:00 pmto8:00 pm
6:00 pmto8:00 pm
6:00 pmto8:00 pm
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

Missed the ASC conference? Haven’t yet caught up on all your podcasting? Join your ASC Vic colleagues and share the best bits of the conference together.This is your chance to continue discussions started at the conference, chat to your fellow ASC Vic members and have a say in the ASC Vic branch committee.

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