Indigenous Science Experience at Redfern

What can Aboriginal astronomy tell us about the night sky? How is our native flora used in bush medicine? How do Indigenous Australians make axes from stone? What can we learn about sustainable living from 60 000+ years of Indigenous culture?   This National Science Week, discover the answers to these questions (and more) at…

2024 STEMathon

The 2024 STEMathon is an immersive and interactive STEM event designed to ignite curiosity and foster a passion for STEM among young children across the Peel and Harvey region. Hosted by St Joseph’s School Waroona, this event is a pivotal part of National Science Week and aims to celebrate and promote STEM education and innovation….

Bringing STEM to Kids in Hospital

Inventor Kids will visit the Women’s and Children’s Hospital to run a STEM experience for kids in the hospital. It will be for primary school-aged children receiving hospital care. We will bring robots to practice coding, robotics and engineering activities. These are fun and interactive activities where children will be actively designing paths for robots…

Bass Coast Science Fair – Sustainable Science in our Everyday

  Local people are encouraged to think about science in our everyday as part of upcoming National Science Week events between Monday 19th to Wednesday 21st August 2024, supported by Bass Coast Community Foundation.   A science fair held at Wonthaggi Town Hall will offer local primary, secondary, tertiary, and adult learning students as well…

Brisbane Soapbox Science 2024

Soapbox Science Brisbane 2024 is a free public engagement event which aims to inspire new generations of women scientists, challenge perceptions of what a scientist does and looks like, and encourage the public and wider community to engage with novel science. For this event, 12 competitively-selected, diverse women will step onto soapboxes and bring their…

Nature’s Custodians: Science and Culture for Conservation

Join a two-day workshop to explore the importance of biodiversity and conservation. Nature’s Custodians: Science and Culture for Conservation is a two-day workshop for school-aged students and community members of the Nawarddeken Academy. The workshop focuses on the 2024 Schools Theme ‘Species Survival – More Than Just Sustainability‘. The workshop emphasises the importance of biodiversity…

The STEM Zone Experiment

Calling all science enthusiasts! Lardner Park is transforming into a hands-on wonderland during National Science Week with The STEM Zone Experiment. Prepare to be amazed by mind-bending VR experiences, chemical reactions, and light-bending photography. Challenge yourself with brain-teasing engineering tasks, robotics, and defy gravity with physics experiments. Learn about Earth-saving solutions and so much more!…

Beaker Street Festival

Imagine a place where scientists grace centre stage, microscopes live on bar tables, and late-night conversations have the potential to change the world. Welcome to Beaker Street Festival, where science brings us together. Beaker Street Festival is a week-long celebration of science in lutruwita/Tasmania each August. Now in its eighth year, Beaker Street Festival promises a…

Festival of Bright Ideas – Schools Day

Schools’ Day The Festival of Bright Ideas (FOBI) sparks curious and creative minds to learn more about science and the world around them. Focusing on innovative and inspiring aspects of STEM (science, engineering, technology, and mathematics), it provides an educational, aspirational, and family-friendly experience for Tasmanians. As Tasmania’s premier National Science Week event since 2015,…

Festival of Bright Ideas

The Festival of Bright Ideas (FOBI) sparks curious and creative minds to learn more about science and the world around them. Focusing on innovative and inspiring aspects of STEM (science, engineering, technology, and mathematics), it provides an educational, aspirational, and family-friendly experience for Tasmanians. As Tasmania’s premier National Science Week event since 2015, you can…