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Interactive Science Expo

28 November 2019
10:00am - 2:30pm
Ground Floor Wallace Wurth Building
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Tactile models of viruses, including paper mache model of HIV

Come on a  journey for the senses and experience the wonders of scientific discovery through tactile models and hands-on activities!

This is a free public event accessible to audiences with visual or hearing impairments. Suitable for school-aged children, senior citizens, and everyone in between. Auslan interpreters will be available.

Program includes:

  • Introductory talk on the basics of medical research
  • A series of interactive discovery sessions with activities and tactile displays to engage your senses of touch, sight, sound, and smell
  • Artwork and reflections by David Choi, a DeafBlind artist
  • Lunch for attendees

Registration and more details at


Hosted by EMBL Australia Node in Single Molecule Science

Proudly Sponsored by UNSW Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion; ARC Centre of Excellence in Advanced Molecular Imaging; and UNSW School of Medical Sciences

CRICOS Provider Code 00098G

[Feature image: Photo by Stephen Blake]