We need to talk about Nuclear Technology
There is no denying the nuclear conversation is already happening and has progressed around the world – are we missing out on an opportunity? Nuclear technology and manufacturing are being innovated locally and Australia is well placed to become a world leader. So, what exactly does the future of nuclear technology look like? And where does Australia fit into the equation? How can we talk about nuclear technology in a way that is inclusive and realistic?
Join us for a lively discussion followed by audience Q&A about how leading nuclear experts approach the incredible opportunities and difficult issues around this historically disruptive technology that holds immense promise.
- Professor Lyria Bennett Moses (MC) – Director, UNSW Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation
- Dr. Edward Obbard – Program Coordinator, UNSW Nuclear Engineering Program
- Dr. Ben Heard – Senior Consultant, Frazer-Nash, and Founder of Bright New World
- Professor Matthew Kearnes – Professor of Environment and Society, UNSW School of Humanities and Languages
- 6.00pm – Panel discussion
- 7.00pm – Networking reception. Food and beverage included.
LIVE EVENT & VENUE
The UNSW CBD Campus is located at Level 6, 1 O'Connell Street, Sydney 2000 (view map).
Please note, this event will be recorded and available for on demand viewing after the event. Register for an 'on-demand' ticket to receive a link to the recording.
VISITOR SAFETY INFORMATION
The health and safety of our patrons is our top priority, and this event will abide by the Public Health Order prevailing at the time. Please follow our conditions of entry, and check back here for updated information prior to the event.
Do not attend the event if you feel unwell, have recently experienced any cold or flu-like symptoms or are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test.
Face masks are encouraged.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT & PARKING
The UNSW CBD Campus is easily accessible via public transport. The venue is a 5-minute walk from Wynyard train station. Call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit transportnsw.info for further information.
Paid parking is available at Wilson Parking – 1 O'Connell Street.