Bite-Sized Science

General information
Suitable 6–12 years with accompanying adult
Included with museum entry
$0 – $15
Information for your visit

Discover our natural world and uncover the secret life of the creatures around us and their ecosystems in our monthly Bite-Sized Science sessions!

You will hear from a variety of MV scientists and First Peoples community members about how we can connect with, and look after, our planet.

These sessions are for family audiences, with children aged 6–12. Bite-Sized Science sessions include a 10–15 minute presentation followed by a question and answer (Q&A). They are drop-in with no booking required and are free with museum entry.

Saturday 3 September 2022
Dinosaur Trees and Flower Power

Photograph of a woman smiling and holding a globe
Kate Phillips

Did you know that plant species from dinosaur forests in Gondwana are still around today? Learn about these prehistoric wonders and other unique Australian plants.

Kate Phillips – Senior Curator, Science Exhibitions at Museums Victoria

Kate Phillips works on exhibitions and other projects for the public at Museums Victoria. Since a child, Kate always loved to spend time in the bush and on the coast. Her fascination with living things led to studying biology and science communication before working in science centres and museums in Australia and overseas.


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