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  • Art lab: Where art and science collide

    Come enjoy art, science and drinks at the Ecosciences Precinct! The evening begins with drinks and canapes and time to view the sixth Art meets Science Exhibition. Then you can kick back, relax and listen to our panel of artists and scientists discuss where art and science collide. KEYNOTE: DR GRAHAM BAKER Graham spent the first […]

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  • New book: The Music of Carl Vine

    Click here to hear the ABC Music Show interview with Carl, Rhod and Andrew For

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  • SCINEMA INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL.

    SCINEMA International Science Film Festival is the largest science film festival in the southern hemisphere; celebrating the power of moving image to tell stories about the world, how it works and our place in it. Now in its 14th year, SCINEMA showcases science features, shorts, documentaries, animated and experimental films from filmmakers around the world […]

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  • World Science Festival brings best and brightest to Brisbane

    Science Minister Leeanne Enoch today (Wednesday) opened the second World Science Festival Brisbane on World Water Day, with some of the world’s leading scientists converging on the river city. Ms Enoch said the festival will showcase more than 115 performances and events from 138 scientists and innovators over the next five days at venues across […]

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  • Brisbane’s Supercharged, Super-successful Celebration of Science

    Brisbane’s Supercharged, Super-successful Celebration of Science

    Over 120,000 people converged on Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct to share in the wonder of science.

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  • Researchers to benefit from Advance Queensland funds

    Minister for Science and Innovation Leeanne Enoch has announced two new funding programs as part of the $180 million Advance Queensland program. The Advance Queensland initiative is a comprehensive suite of programs that aim to deliver jobs now and create jobs of the future. It will do this by helping the state build on our […]

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  • Balancing Act: A Dancer’s Journey

    Those using logical thinking approach the world scientifically and empirically. They look for explanations using observable facts, controlled experiments, and deductive proof. Truth discovered through logos seeks to be objective and universal …

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  • Evening Lecture: ‘UQ Architecture Installation at the 13th Venice Biennale’

    In conjunction with the Queensland Academy of Creative Industries (QACI), QAAS presented the lecture, ‘UQ Architecture Installation at the 13th Venice Biennale’, in August last year in the large public lecture theatre of QACI’s Kelvin Grove campus …

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  • ‘ Water’: a unique event in the International Year of Freshwater

    Water will be a symposium, exhibition and display that brings together Academy members, community organisations, professional societies and institutes, educational organisations (primary, secondary, TAFE and tertiary), local, state and federal government as well as representatives from the arts, business, tourism, environment, sciences, innovation and other sectors.

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  • QAAS Headquarters

    QAAS has its offices in National Trust House in William Street. This is a fascinating Heritage Building that was last renovated around 15 years ago. National Trust House which was the former Immigration Depot, was constructed in 1865–66. It was located adjacent to the Queen’s Wharf, which was the point of arrival for thousands of […]

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