N.B. Due to the cost of carrying out road closures and other permits involved, we have changed the format of the event.

We will begin with a short rally at 10:30 am outside the School of Architecture & Design, University of Tasmania with “Speakers & Open Mic” in the Rory Spence VOS Construction Lecture Theatre from 11 am.

Find out more on our Event Details page.

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April 28, 2017

THANK YOU

Wow! What a fantastic turnout. Thanks to everyone who was able to make it today (April 22, 2017). On behalf of the volunteers, I'd like to say THANK YOU. Jin-oh Choi, Lead Organiser, March for Science Launceston.

March for Science Launceston (April 22, 2017) and Marcher Pledge

Please help us out moving forward!

Thank you to all who attended or supported the March for Science Australia, and around the world. As we have said, we plan for this to be a continuing event. We want to keep the momentum going, and to keep defending science and scientists. 

Our Vision: -

- Empower supporters to strengthen the role of science in policymaking;

- Connect communitiesto improve science communication and outreach;

- Engage the publicto foster a diverse and inclusive scientific community; and

- In short, our goal is to champion science for the common good.

So what's next?

We want to know: what do you want to see moving forward? If the March for Science Australia continues as an organisation, what do you think it should do? What services should it provide, or events should it arrange? How to we continue marching forward? Please help us best serve the scientific community and the general public by filling out this brief survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AusScienceMarchFuture

March Information

Location: School of Architecture & Design
Time: 10:30 am

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