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 through my parents collection of the Life: Nature Series. Wonderful. Buy your children slightly-incomprehensible science books with lots of photos and diagrams.

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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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Six Skeptical Questions with Brad Tucker

Is this what you wanted to do when you were a kid? What first got you interested in your field?

When I was really young, I wanted to be a garbage truck (the actual truck, not the driver).  Then it was not until Uni that I started to do Physics, and then randomly chose to do research in astrophysics and liked it.

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