Science Out Loud popular science talks at the Cape Town Science Centre is a platform where speakers give freely of their time to inspire and connect citizens with science.
- There is no charge to attend SOL talks, but donations are welcome. All funds received directly support our educational exhibits and activities.
- The Department of Coffee will be open before each talk with light refreshments for sale.
- Booking is recommended. Please call 021 300 3200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your seat.
Is there a specific topic that you would like to know more about? Get in touch and tell us what you’d like to hear, and we’ll try to get a speaker for our programme.
Shark Spotters: celebrating 10 years of finding a balance between people and sharks in Cape Town – Sarah Waries
25 September 2014, 17:30 for 18:00
Shark Spotters is a pioneering shark attack mitigation program in Cape Town that improves beach safety and contributes directly to white shark conservation through active management and applied research. Come and discover the latest successes and research findings from the program, and learn how you can “Be Shark Smart” when entering the water in Cape Town.
Sarah Waries is the project manager of the City of Cape Town’s acclaimed Shark Spotters program. Her role involves the management, coordination and development of this registered Non-Profit Organisation that aims to find a balance recreational water user safety and white shark conservation in Cape Town.
For more information visit www.sharkspotters.org.za