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I would like to hear from scientists talk on just about any topic that could relate to sci-fi writing, especially the unexpected e.g. I only found out via the FB of Australian Academy of Science that you can smell in space. There is also the Australian Science Communicators, who have just had their national conference, who would be amazing to hear. A few years ago the Royal Society of Victoria had organised a day long conference about science and sci-fi, it was cancelled at the last moment due to planning problems(?). In fact, having a panel/talk each year would definitely get me to travel the 350+km each year to attend Continuum.
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Panel of science communicators discussing the biggest blunders/assumptions sci-fi writers make and ways to break down complex scientific ideas, understand them, then use and convey them in your writing.
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Amazing science that gets ignored by sci-fi. Panel of scientists/science communicators discussing science that does not seem to get addressed in sci-fi. Is it because the writers unaware of them, is it too 'boring', too hard to understand why it could be relevant? Do sci-fi writers need to push themselves beyond their well worn themes?
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Did you run out of space? (You can come back to this form as many times as you like if you have more ideas
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If this panel runs, do you want to be part of it?
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And if you're on the panel, would you be comfortable moderating?
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I would be happy to help out with a panel if needed, however I do not have a science background.
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Is there a workshop you're interested in running? (Please outline ideal length, space required, any cost to participants.)
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