The Al - Zr of the Periodic Table

14 August 2019


It’s the Periodic Table’s 150th birthday and we’re ready to celebrate by exploring the elements! 

Who invented the table? And will we ever know if all the elements have been found?

Find out which tiny village has four elements named after it, what the rarest elements on earth are and how to make brand new ones.

Ever wondered which scientist discovered the most elements or where all of the elements in the human body come from? Find out this and much, much more! 

Our ensemble of scientists – including Dr Alice Motion, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Adam Spencer – uncover weird and wonderful tales of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.

Join us for an entertaining night of science and get up close with the chemical elements to celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table this National Science Week.

Event details

  • When: 6.30pm - 7.45pm
  • Where:

    The Great Hall - The University of Sydney

    Science Road

    Camperdown NSW 2006

  • Cost: Free
  • Registration:https://periodictable.eventbrite.com.au
  • Contact:

    Cassandra Chester | Public Programs Officer

    T 9351 4354 | E cassandra.chester@sydney.edu.au

  • More info: https://sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/events/the-al-zr-of-the-periodic-table.html


The Al - Zr of the Periodic Table

Where

The Great Hall - The University of Sydney

Science Road

Camperdown NSW 2006

When

14 August 2019


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