The Gingin Gravity Precinct is hosting a family friendly free event at the

Gravity Discovery Centre


Microbes Stars and the Birth of the Universe

on August 7th 2014 at 6.30pm

Presentations from

Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall 

How curiosity driven research can lead to the Nobel Prize’


Winthrop Professor David Blair

‘Birth of the Universe:

The race to see the big bang in gravitational waves.’


Professors Barry Marshall and David Blair

 There will also be exciting news and events about the developments at the Gravity Precinct


Inauguration of the new Woodside Entry Archway. 

Questions for the scientists:  Microbes, Black Holes or the Birth of the Universe

With prizes for the best questions!

Announcing the John and Robin Delaeter Scholarships for 2014

Free form dark sky laser show

 Free trips to the Moon, and Mars and Saturn with the telescopes at

Gingin Observatory. 

Snacks and drinks will be served during the evening


For those wishing to purchase something a little more substantial

The GDC cafe will be open until 6.30pm – bookings essential


Free tickets are available through the Eventbrite website

Just click on the button below to get yours!

Eventbrite - Microbes, Stars and the Birth of the Universe

For further details or queries please contact the Gravity Discovery Centre on

08 9575 7577


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