Join Dr Jordan Nguyen, biomedical engineer and designer of life-changing technologies focusing on intelligent, futuristic and inclusive technology. Drawing on his experience of almost breaking his own neck, Jordan developed a mind-controlled smart wheelchair for people with high-level physical disability. As a speaker Jordan has the ability to translate highly technical concepts and future trends into clear and concise content, relevant to any student with a passion to proactively embrace and adapt to technological change.
Suitable for Stages 4–5.
This workshop is part of the Science Festival at the Australian Museum, which brings exciting discoveries and practical science to life with a unique program of hands-on activities, talks and explosive workshops, with a wide coverage of scientific fields and school curriculum links.
When you arrive at the Australian Museum you will find Ellie or one of our event coordinators (in a bright orange shirt) and our lovely volunteers (yellow shirts) waiting to greet you. Please see an event coordinator before going into the Museum for your activity.
For school bookings only. Minimum 15 students. Times subject to change. Check the event timetable here for up to date session times.