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Don't miss the World Science Festival Brisbane!
Don't miss the World Science Festival Brisbane!

CALLING everyone who wants to see, hear and be a part of something totally cool: this is where you need to be this March.

The World Science Festival Brisbane is ramping up to be another explosive event with all the cool stuff we love about science.

The festival brings the world's best thought leaders to Brisbane to produce a stunning program of live and digital content that connects audiences of all ages with concepts, challenges, discoveries and advancements shaping our world.

Watch as the experts perform crazy experiments, inspiring talks and all the fun stuff in between.

There are stacks of games, performances and things to see and do, this one is for the whole family.

Last year the event attracted more than 120,000 people. There were 247 participants and exhibitors from 10 different countries including Emmy Award winning actor Alan Alda from M*A*S*H.

There were 124 performances of 90 individual events, including 66 sell-outs.

And that was the inaugural year! 2017 is set to be bigger and better than ever.

The World Science Festival Brisbane is on March 22-26.

Head HERE for more information. 

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