Future Science Talks: Comedy Edition in WAGGA!

Future Science Talks: Comedy Edition is debuting in WAGGA after sold out shows all across Australia! This show features local scientists from Wagga who have partnered with comedians to infuse humour and laughs into scientific talks. Laugh and learn at the same time! At this show, you’ll be hearing from Wagga’s best and brightest science…

Indigenous Science Experience at Redfern

The event will begin with a traditional smoking ceremony and official welcome (10 am). Presenters include: Birdlife Southern NSW, Bush to Bowl, cultural astronomer Robert Fuller, dancer and cultural performer Rayma Johnson, Fizzics Education, Microscopy Australia, National Indigenous Science Education Program, Questacon, South Coast Seaweed, Torres Strait Islander virtual reality technologist Rhett Loban; staff and…

Young Tassie Scientists at Flinders Island School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. Some of the Young Tassie Scientists on the North-East road trip are: Alex Paton (She/her), Ecologist – Zoology & Invasive Species Arjun Jothish Nair (He/him), Public…

Creating a Buzz about Bugs

During the students’ STEM session we will have a special lesson dedicated to exploring insects that are within our school grounds. These sessions will run across 2 whole days and involve students from Foundation to year 6. The day will include hands-on activities where all students will be involved. Students will start by conducting an…

Northern Territory Science Fair

The Northern Territory Science Fair will be held at Charles Darwin University, Casuarina Campus. Community groups, organisations, and all schools across the Northern Territory (NT) are invited to attend the event and/or present an exhibit, display and/or demonstration to show how science is used in our everyday life.    Attendees will have the opportunity to:  view/share…

Science of Brewing

It will be an afternoon of all things beer brewing. From a competition to brew the most unique beers. To the science of brewing and sensory perception. Including profiling beers with an electronic tongue. The budding brewers have a competition brief to make the most unique beer. The audience gets to have their say and…

Bees: a matter of species survival

Explore the complex world of bees in Australia as Dr. Saul Cunningham discusses the role that bees play in species survival. Saul Cunningham, a professor at ANU and director of the Fenner School of Environment and Society has spent more than 30 years  examining the role of pollinating animals in wild places and farming landscapes….

STEAM Engagement 101

Is it important to you to share your passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM)? How can you make a difference and lead young people and communities towards loving and trusting your work? This hands-on course is an overview of strategies used by the best STEAM communicators to effectively connect with school students…

Illustrate Your Future

Are you ready to unleash your creativity and share your dreams with the world? We’re excited to invite you to our free online event, “Illustrate Your Future,” as part of National Science Week. This is your chance to visualise and illustrate your dreams of becoming anything you want. This could be a scientist, mathematician, engineer,…

Agriculture Science Expo and Schools Plant Science Competition

Help us celebrate National Science Week this year at the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) Hermitage Research Facility’s Schools Plant Science Competition Awards Day & Ag Science Expo. This event formally recognises prize winners and participants of the ‘Fishing & Farming for the Future’ themed competition and celebrates all things agricultural science. You’ll have the opportunity to…