This leadership conference gives STEM Ambassadors the opportunity to receive leadership training and plan their school's individual action plan and strategy. Held during World Science Festival, it inspires students to be STEM leaders on a world stage.
This instalment, "Tales from Toohey Forest: Pollination networks and genetic diversity", will be presented by Griffith lecturer and research, Jacinta Zalucki and will focus around the decisions of pollinators to determine the fertilisation success and subsequent genetic variability of future generations of plant species in Toohey Forest.
Subjects offered will be Maths Methods, Chemistry, Physics & Biology.
Regsiter here: https://www.griffith.edu.au/academic-bootcamps