Author Archives: cbrskeptics

Dec 16: Principles of Curiosity

Principles of Curiosity When: December 16, 3.00pm Where: King O’Malleys ‘Principles of Curiosity is a free film from Skeptoid Media. It presents a general introduction to the foundations of scientific skepticism and critical thinking, focusing on a simple process we … Continue reading

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October: Memes and Tremes: From biology to the future of Artificial Intelligence

“Memes and Tremes: From biology to the future of Artificial Intelligence”
Speaker: Dr Susan Blackmore
When: October 15, 6.30 pm
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January Social BBQ

January Social BBQ Canberra Skeptics Inc. invites you to come enjoy a BBQ and games with your fellow skeptics! There are picnic tables available, but feel free to bring camp chairs or blankets. We will provide sausgaes and bread, but … Continue reading

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January 24, 2018: Senate Public Hearing, Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill 2017, ANU

Senate Public Hearing, Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill 2017, ANU, January 24, 2018 The Department of Health, the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) and the Health Minister’s Office have been trying to bypass the Senate Committee system on the Therapeutic Goods Amendment … Continue reading

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Six Skeptical Questions with Will Grant

Is this what you wanted to do when you were a kid? What first got you interested in your field? As a kid I wanted to be an explorer. That’s a pretty tricky occupation these days, but I think trying … Continue reading

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Six Skeptical Questions with Steve Nerlich

 Is this what you wanted to do when you were a kid? What first got you interested in your field? I’m not really an astronomer, but I am a science communicator. As a kid (in the 60s) I regularly leafed … Continue reading

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Six Skeptical Questions with Caroline Faulder

Caroline Faulder spoke to Canberra Skeptics on March 22 about her thesis topic, ‘The Importance of Role Models for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) at ANU’

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