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Fact or Fiction 3 - Sydney Grammar


Thursday, 16 August 2018 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (AEST)

Fact or Fiction 3 - Sydney Grammar

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Fact or Fiction Sydney   more info 444 Tickets 16/08/2018 Free  

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What is the science behind email?

How much can you trust Dr Google?

Are cats taking over the web?

Can you separate fact from fiction on the internet?


Find the answers to these questions and more at Fact or Fiction 3 - a big screen experience where the World Wide Web collides with cutting edge science.

Join our esteemed panel of scientists and hilarious host to discuss the fact and fiction behind internet shopping, viral videos, the science of selfies and much more as we countdown the top 10 reasons people use the internet.

In this interactive 90 minute show you are part of the action, using your own smart device to answer live questions and vote to help us separate the actual science fact from the pure science fiction.

Fact or Fiction 3 appeals to all audiences as a highly entertaining and educational show, reaching beyond those interested in science by providing a big dose of pop-culture.

Following the success of past Fact or Fiction tours Australia-wide, the ANSTO team is keenly working on a new and improved show for Fact or Fiction 3 - stay posted for more details soon!


Age suitability 8 years and above.

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Sydney Grammar School, Alastair Mackerras Theatre
Stanley St
Sydney, NSW 2010

Thursday, 16 August 2018 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (AEST)

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Home to over 300 scientists and researchers, The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is home to some of Australia’s most critical scientific infrastructure including the nation’s only research reactor, a suite of neutron beam instruments, particular accelerators, cyclotrons and the Australian Synchrotron. These instruments are helping to address health issues, climate change and develop new innovations to support Australian industry.

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