Building Blocks of Life
Single Molecule Science invites members of the blind and low vision community to experience the wonders of scientific discovery using shapes, textures, movement and sounds.
A free public event including:
‘Infection and Immunity’ seminar by Professor Jamie Rossjohn of Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute
A series of breakout sessions with hands-on activities, tactile displays, sculptures, and 3-D & kinetic models
Artwork by legally blind artist, Dr Erica Tandori
Lunch for attendees
Sign in from 9:15 am.
This event is proudly supported by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Advanced Molecular Imaging, UNSW Disability Innovation Institute, and the Museum of Human Disease
You are welcome to bring your guide dog with you.
You may wish to attend with a carer, family member or friend to optimise your experience in the various group activities. Your companion should complete a separate registration form.
Accessiblity Ambassadors & volunteers will be present on the day for assistance.
Parking and transport:
UNSW is accessible by several bus routes, including the 891 express bus from Central Station. The nearest bus stops for this event are on High St or Botany St.
Parking is available at the parking station off Botany Street, at Gate 11. Parking fees do apply. There is also limited free on-street parking on nearby street.