August 12-20 is National Science Week and we are celebrating with our new junior science display.
Whether they’re a budding young biologist, geologist, paleontologist, archaeologist, zoologist, or ichthyologist – there is something here for anyone with an inquisitive mind (and a sense of adventure).
Starting in 1997, National Science Week runs annually every August recognising the contributions of Australian Scientists. It’s also a great occasion to encourage interest in both children and adults alike with over 1,000 events held around the nation exploring the fascinating world we live in.
Ask Professor Minstein.
Throughout August, Shire of Dardanup Library Services has been lucky enough to acquire a resident scientist: Professor Albert Copernicus Minstein.
If you have a question about science why not come in and ask Dr Minstein. Currently he is investigating the enigma of string theory as applied to sea-urchin migration in the Mariana Trench . . . so leave a message, he may have to get back to you.