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Featuring Graham Walker and Joe Duggan direct from the Australian National University, this fun-packed interactive performance features extraordinary science you can do with ordinary items and experiments to try at home, along with plenty you definitely shouldn’t try at home like rockets, explosions, fiery chemical reactions and even a bazooka that fires marshmallows!

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In the desolate north western corner of South Africa is a place few people have ever heard of...until now. Haksteen Pan will be the setting for one of mankind’s greatest achievements when a global engineering adventure aims to break a record of epic proportions – to build a vehicle that can travel faster than 1600km/h. This jet and rocket on wheels, called the Bloodhound Supersonic Car will be on display at Sci-Bono between 21 May and 17 June.

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8, 9 & 10 July 2015! Registrations still open!

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Presented by The Fossil Fuel Foundation and Limpopo Government

The Sustainable Development of Mines and Projects of the Limpopo Province, Republic of South Africa, 2015

10-12 November 2015

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Why do we use lasers? Laser light has some special properties which more usual light sources do not. This show demonstrates the special properties of laser light and shows how these can be put to good use. This exhilarating show is presented by Dr. Stephen Ashworth from the University of East Anglia and supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Light fantastic show: Saturday 28 March 2015 at 10:00 and at 13:00.
Spectroscopy in a Suitcase session: Friday 27 March 2015 at 10:00.
Open to schools (30 learners).


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Lientjie Mogano and Sarah van Aardt attended this conference on behalf of SACNASP and gave a presentation on the Code of Conduct.

The process of reconstituting the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions has been completed. View the new Council.
If you are final year Natural Science student, you can enroll at SACNASP. View more information.