2nd Saturday of each month, 3pm to 4pm Saturday 10 June to Saturday 9 September
Adult: $35 (non-Member)Adult: $28 (Museum Member)Concession: $31.50Child: $31.50
Heralded as the ‘Oscars of Science’, the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes celebrate excellence in the fields of scientific research and engagement. In honour of these outstanding achievements, the Australian Museum is hosting the Eureka Talks Series.
On the second Saturday of each month, join us for conversations with Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners, finalists and other science leaders, as they bring us up to date on the developments, challenges and innovations in their specialist fields of Climate, Health and Science Communication. This fascinating series will expand your knowledge and spark your curiosity.
After each talk, continue the conversation over afternoon snacks in the Australian Museum's Hintze Hall. Drinks will be available for purchase.
Waste Not, Want Not (June 10) - Join two of the 2022 Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners, as Dr Jackson Ryan sits down with Professor Veena Sahajwalla to explore the science of decarbonising the world with a recycling revolution.
Zoonotic Diseases - The Next Pandemic? (July 8) - Delve into the complex world of zoonosis and virus evolution with Olivia Willis in conversation with Professor Eddie Holmes and Professor Kris Helgen.
Science in the Age of Fake News (August 12) - In the third instalment of the Eureka Talks Series, some of our nation’s boldest science communicators celebrate Science Month as they discuss the challenges facing science in the age of fake news.
I'd Like to Thank the Australian Museum (September 9) - Hear from some of the stars of the 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes in the final instalment of the Eureka Talks Series.