There is a free public lecture (bookings necessary) at RMIT on Wednesday night.
Enlightenment and Education: public lecture by Sir Harold Kroto.
How can the internet help communicate science, make sense of scientific methodology and lead to more informed public debate?
Hear Nobel Laureate Sir Harold Kroto on the crucial issues of science, education and the public sphere in a free public lecture as part of the RMIT Transforming the Future lecture series on Wednesday 28 September.
Professor Kroto will discuss his views on the importance of scientific knowledge and education, and how both are vital to better informing public debate around issues such as climate change.
The event is free but registrations are essential.
Date Wednesday 28 September 2011
Time 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm
Location RMIT University, City campus, Storey Hall, 342 Swanston Street, Melbourne
See you there.