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Come and chat with people who work in science, explore stem cells and make DNA strands with Ali Mc Corkindale, a PhD student in the Epigenetics Laboratory at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute. She is investigating how stem cells divide during embryonic development to put our organs in the right places, so that we don’t grow legs out of our heads. Her research has shown that our set of rules for healthy stem cells is borrowed from primitive animals, like sea sponges, worms, and jellyfish. So we aren’t so different to these creatures, after all!
Come and tinker with dinky little Raspberry Pi computers and get into robotics, or draw the flora and fauna of the park with Jess Harwood who will open your eyes to observe and draw nature.
It will be a fantastic day, and Laneway Learning will be there to meet you and chat about any ideas you may have about teaching with us.
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