IMAS takes part in the Antarctic Festival

Technology plays a big part in Antarctic research.  All photos: (c) Ballantyne Photography

Don’t miss this opportunity!

The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) presents their Open Days as part of the Australian Antarctic Festival.  This is only a fraction of what visitors can see and learn about when they visit the Hobart centre during the festival.  The Institute opens its doors to show you how it plays a vital role in the study of ocean sciences.  Cutting edge research, innovative experiments, amazing technology and the enthusiasm of scores of brilliant young scientists are all part of the show.  It’s not be missed and admission is free for all ages.

Children visit IMAS during Australian Antarctic Festival 2018, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmanian students learn about careers in marine and Antarctic science