From nano-tubes to haptics to megafauna
Discover the magic of solar power—in a buggy!
Take a seat in an awesome solar-powered buggy built entirely by Flinders students, and learn what makes it tick.
Build a model carbon nano-tube tower
Contribute a ‘molecule’ to a giant model of these remarkable structures, earmarked for everything from building space elevators to delivering medicines.
See life under a microscope
Wonder at a selection of chicken embryos at varying stages of development, and check out many fascinating microorganisms under powerful microscopes.
Experience a modern simulation controller
Ever wondered how heavy a basketball would feel on Mars? Discover the unique sensation of ‘virtually’ playing a game with a Flinders-built haptic device that provides real-time movement and virtual-feedback simulation!
Indulge your inner F1 driver
Give Lewis Hamilton a run for his money as you dance through the chicanes in a replica F1 simulation racer car—body and game both built by Flinders students.
Meet Australia’s ancient megafauna
Get a whole new appreciation for our prehistoric wildlife—including its heritage and modern-day relatives—through a fascinating display of paleontological bones.
Plus, discuss the many STEM-related Flinders degrees—and the careers they lead to—with students and staff.
Dates & Times for this Exhibitor
- August 5 - 9.00am - 5.00pm
- August 6 - 9.00am - 5.00pm