Canberra to toast the first Pint of Science festival at King O’Malley’s

Canberra will raise a glass to a fresh take on politics in the pub this week as the Pint of Science festival debuts in the capital.  The national series, funded by the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science and the ACT government, brings some of the most brilliant scientists into city pubs to discuss their latest research and field questions about their findings.  Professor Damith Herath will speak about artificial intelligence and robotics at King O’Malley’s Pub on May 25 as part of Canberra’s first Pint of Science series. Photo: Jay Cronan The action will begin on Monday at King O’Malley’s in Civic. For just $5 punters can delve into how we learn and the power of the brain at Beautiful Mind from 7pm.  At the same time on Tuesday evening ANU professor of physics Daniel Shaddock and ANU…


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