Perform your Science is an opportunity for PhD students and early-career researchers to tell their research stories through the arts. Winners were awarded grants to showcase their research on stage, in a live performance during National Science Week.
A snake tail: how sea snakes evolved light-sensitive skin
by Jenna Crowe-Riddell
Jenna’s performance will examine the unusual ability of snake’s to sense light through their skin. Expect a bit of stand-up comedy, a touch of physical theatre and outrageous fashion.
More info and tickets available soon.