Can science explain what makes good design? Are designers and scientists really that different? Or are they both just explorers searching for truth in different ways? We celebrated the intersections of Science and Design at the Sydney Design Panel with a celebrity panel featuring Tom Gordon, Chris Reid, Wendy Davis and Laura Jade Hindes. We explored everything from optical illusions to corpse piles to redneck … Continue reading Science Meets Design 2019 Video Highlights
“A society grows great when men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” – Greek proverb Dieter Hochuli is an invertebrate biologist and urban ecologist from the University of Sydney that studies how nature survives in towns and cities. His research investigates the ecological, economical and psychological benefits of nature in cities, and how our modern way of life affects the … Continue reading Ep 60. Green cities, mole crickets, and impostor syndrome with Dieter Hochuli
Think you know your protons from your neutrons? Can you name a Nobel prize winner or two? Then test your metal with Science Trivia at the Welder’s Dog! In Situ Science will be hosting a science themed trivia event at the Welder’s Dog in Tamworth. Get your team together and come up with your best science team name. There will be raffles, games, prizes galore … Continue reading Science Trivia at the Welders Dog
The potential for using stem cells in medical treatments is really only just being explored. Despite this there are already unsubstantiated claims being shared and predatory cosmetic stem cell treatments on the market. Naomi Koh Belic is a PhD researcher at the University of Technology, Sydney who studies the biology of human stem cells and how they differentiate into other cell types. In an interview … Continue reading Ep 59. Stem cells, scicom and fatty tubes with Naomi Koh Belic
We’re proud to announce that In Situ Science is embarking on a new mission to bridge the gap between science research and science communication. We will be using our platform as a science communication outlet to support ongoing scientific research. In Situ Science is now a registered not-for-profit organisation. We are keen to work together with companies and individuals that are interested in supporting the … Continue reading In Situ Science – Making Science Happen
After the success of last year’s event we’re back for 2018 to celebrate the Sydney Science Festival. Join us at the Camelot Lounge for a night of laughs, groans and insight as we record a live podcast with a panel of Sydney’s best and brightest scientists. BOOK TICKETS ONLINE Our panel will reveal all the wonderful and sometimes ridiculous ways that real life collides with … Continue reading Life Vs Science is back!
The tables have turned this episode as the interviewer becomes the interviewee. Siobhan Dennison puts In Situ Science host James O’Hanlon under the microscope to find out more about what he does and why he does it. James O’Hanlon is a behavioural ecologist from the University of New England that has a passion for studying poorly understood creatures and exploring the unknown. In this interview … Continue reading Ep 50. Creativity, flexibility and exploration with James O’Hanlon