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What comes next? | Sciences

Where
Roundhouse
Roundhouse
University of New South Wales, Anzac Parade, Kensington NSW 2033
UNSW Sydney
When

Tuesday 23 August from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

The 21st century has been plagued with one crisis after another – a global pandemic, climate catastrophes, economic turmoil and senseless violence. So how do we equip ourselves for what’s around the corner?  

To forge our path through this uncertainty, hear from five UNSW Sydney thinkers who are discovering the benefits of fighting fungal infections, the secrets of solar energy, the potential healing powers of magic mushrooms in mental health, and how X-ray vision might help us transition to a renewable economy.

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