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Will Today's Science-fiction be Tomorrow's Science-fact? - Penrith Talks: Innovation Series

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When:
Wed 18 Oct 2017
Time:
5:30pm for a 6pm start (6pm – 8pm event)
Cost:
Free event. Maximum 4 tickets per registration.
Details:
Driverless cars, robotics, advanced renewable energy and storage, virtual reality, mind-control and other disruptive technologies are on the cusp of transforming our lives.

The third installment of the Penrith Talks: Innovation Series examines how innovation in design, engineering and technology will shape our region and the world in years to come.

The Moderator will be Bernie Hobbs, award-winning science writer & Broadcaster with ABC Science.

Hear from thought-leaders and futurists at the forefront of innovation within their fields. Be inspired, challenged and join in the panel discussion.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Dr Jordan Nguyen Engineer & Founder, Psykinetic
Jay Manley Engineering Project Manager, Tesla Motors **
Prof Jonathon Allen Head of the Academy, Western Sydney University
Moderator Bernie Hobbs ABC TV The New Inventors, Dear Science Podcast.

** * Scheduled speaker, Jay Manley, Engineering Project Manager at Tesla is unable to join us for Penrith Talks: Innovation. Jay is working on an urgent project for Tesla in the United States. Updated 12/10/17.

Please RSVP either by phone or email by 11th October.

This is a free event, with a maximum of 4 tickets per registration. Light refreshments will be served in The Joan foyer following the Talks.
Location:
Q Theatre, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
597 High Street
Penrith
Contact:
RSVPs on
  (02) 4732 7483

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