#SciPubEnviroHealth: from climate change to therapeutic landscapes
Thursday, 2 May, 2019
From therapeutic landscapes to urbanisation, climate change and the microbial world: how our environment shapes our health
Dr Pauline Marsh, therapuetic landscapes researcher, Centre for Rural Health, UTAS,
Dr Emily Flies, health ecologist and spatial scientist, School of Natural Sciences, UTAS
Sharon Campbell, PhD candidate, Menzies Institute for Medical Research, UTAS, and Heatwave Preparedness Project Officer, Public Health Services, Department of Health
*** Special event – Science in the Park ***
Sunday, March 31, 2019
2:00pm to 5:00pm
Science in the Pub is hosting their first-ever family-friendly event: Science in the Park!
This event will be hosted in Tolosa Park, in Glenorchy, on the 31 March. Scientists and teachers will present a series of workshops and hands-on activities for kids of all ages including guided hikes, aboriginal science and dance (with NITA guides), DNA extraction, sun art chemistry, create your own ocean climate change in a bottle, anatomy, geology, poo and much more!
This event is a great opportunity to share the fun SciPub style with the family (alcohol free)! So come and learn and play in the park.
Activities will be designed for children between 5 – 12 years old, parents must accompany children at this event.
Sponsored by University of Tasmania