This is the fifth and final event in the Academy of Science’s Life + Death series which has explored the topics of death, sex, murder, life and immortality.
Depression and anxiety are the leading causes of disability worldwide, but do we really understand what 3 million Australians are suffering each year? Is there really such a thing as the ‘holiday blues’?
When some of Australia’s best science communicators and an ARIA award-winning musician get together you had better believe that you will see something new.
They proved to us that they were right; death statistics are a rich vein for a comedic act, and facts can be funny, even when it is our own deaths that we are laughing at.
A single candle stands on the central table, flanked by a smaller table with measuring flasks and beakers and a blank flip chart. Michael Faraday (Bernard Caleo) enters from 1848, in a grey morning coat and cravat, to deliver his Christmas lecture.
Watching Sepia feels like stumbling scross a pleasant surprise.
Whether you're in a relationship or happily single, you are sure to find something to do this Valentine's Day in Adelaide.