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5.30–7.30pm 15 August 2019
Current undergraduate Science, Medicine and Health students are invited to attend an information evening about opportunities for honours study and research.
12.30–1.30pm 15 August 2019
Who owns wellbeing and why?
17–28 July 2019
Exhibition of artwork by ANU School of Art & Design Printmedia and Drawing students made in response to visual, sensory, and conceptual elements of Mt Stromlo.
20–26 July 2019
Fifty years after Apollo 11, artists reflect on the first moon landing and the Canberra region's role in this unique mission.
5.30pm 25 July 2019
Jessica Halem MBA, Harvard Medical School
7.45pm 20 July 2019
ANU Professor Penny King and NASA research scientist Dr Abigail Fraeman will introduce the movie and chat about their own experiences with Mars.
6.30pm 20 July 2019
Aboriginal people in Australia have a rich astronomical tradition such as the "Emu in the Sky" constellation of dark clouds.
5pm 20 July 2019
Sam Neill stars in this 2000 comedy-drama that takes a semi-fictionalised look at the days before the Apollo 11 space mission in 1969.
4pm 20 July 2019
Hear from representatives from the Australian Space Agency and private space companies about the issues of future space exploration and travel.
2.30pm 20 July 2019
Join a panel of Australia's leading experts on space health for an interactive talk about the physical and mental health issues astronauts have encountered.
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