Australian Science Communicators SA: Bringing Home "The City of Adelaide"
The City of Adelaide is the oldest clipper ship in the world. In an event ideal for educators, hear from those involved about the innovative SA technology behind the massive project to bring her home from Scotland. Collect a free City-of-Adelaide-in-Bottle pattern.
The presentation will focus on the history and significance of the ‘City of Adelaide’ and will include a high level overview on how the clipper will be brought to Adelaide. Presenter is director and naval architect Peter Roberts.
Monday 2 April 2012 6.00pm at RiAus
In association with the RiAus (The Royal Institution Australia)
ASCSA and RiAus members FREE; booking required
Non-members $10 non-member concession card holders and children $5
Book using the ticketing links above and pay at the door.
Drinks available for sale at the bar and nibbles provided free to attendees
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Australian Science Communicators (ASC) is a network of over 400 people working in science and technology communication across Australia and overseas. It has been running since 1994.
Members include journalists and broadcasters employed by major media outlets, freelance writers and consultants, scientists, teachers and public affairs officers working for research organisations, laboratories and universities. We are drawn together by a desire to improve our skills, exchange ideas and build synergies, and in general to advance the profession of science communication.
To join visit: www.asc.asn.au. Membership is also available at the door of events.