World Science Festival

Originating from New York, the World Science Festival has been exclusively licensed by the Queensland Museum Network to run in Queensland for a period of three years. Incorporating regional and city based events, the aim of the festival is to ignite new and challenging discussions in and about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). 

TRI are program partners this year and are hosting three Apprenticeship Programs aimed at students in years 10-12 the week of 20th March.

D Biofabricators Apprentice - 21 March SOLD OUT

Cancer Crusader's Apprentice - 23 March

Pioneers in Science

TRI researcher Professor Ian Frazer will be hosting an intimate gathering at QPAC on Saturday 24th March. Students from years 9 to 12 are invited to discuss some of the most important topics in science, including his personal stories, life challenges, and career highlights, giving students a chance to imagine what their future in science might be.

Street Science

TRI are also participating in the Street Science weekend at the Cultural Centre Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March. All are welcome and the event is free to attend. More than 40 free immersive activities will be set up for families to enjoy including exploring the science behind robots, fossils, bubbles, slime, spiders, solar energy, drones, augmented reality, experiments and even explosions.

So come and see us in the TRI marquee to see the translational pathway in action.