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What will humans be like 1,000 years from now? - Young Stars Science Talks

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ANU Physics Studio

Acton, ACT 2601

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What will humans be like 1,000 years from now?

Human beings have changed so much in the last 100,000 years. We've shaped the world around us.

What will we be like 1,000 years from now? What sorts of challenges are we likely to face? What will be our values? What might a day in the life of a person living in Australia 1,000 years from now look like?

If you're aged 7+ and interested in astronomy, astrophysics, or science, let's join our forces to explore this together.

About 'Young Stars'

Young Stars is a STEM outreach program run in affiliation with The Australian National University's Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) for anyone aged 7+ interested in astronomy, astrophysics, and science in general.

Young Stars runs fortnightly science talks at Physics Studio, Building 38a ANU Campus in Acton on Saturdays, between 1 pm - 2:30 pm.

These sessions involve interactive seminars on topics ranging from 'how to almost reach the speed of light' to 'how to build rockets'.

Parents and younger/older siblings of the kids come along to these talks also and hang out as the Young Stars uncover the mysteries of the universe!

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