Victorian Seed Grant Recipients 2018

  • by Victorian Committee
  • 15 June, 2018
Victorian Seed Grant Recipients 2018

The Victorian Coordinating Committee thank all grant applicants for their enthusiasm for National Science Week and congratulate the 2018 Victorian small seed grant recipients:

Ballaarat Astronomical Society Inc – Forced Landing on Mars competition

Bricks 4 Kidz, City of Whittlesea – Community robotic and technic LEGO workshops, building robotic arms and DNA molecules from LEGO bricks

Brimbank Libraries – Planetarium and science shows, film screenings, and after school science activity sessions across 5 branches of Brimbank Libraries during National Science Week.

Daylesford Secondary College – sound and light extravaganza projecting stories of scientific discovery throughout the regional town of Daylesford.

Eastern Regional Libraries Corporation – Family STEAM evening, use Ozobots, LittleBits, float creations in wind tunnels, and participate in engineering challenges.

Eco Inquire – makerspace activities in collaboration with the Sustainable Activity Centre and Half Waste using reclaimed materials, up-cycling and tinkering to encourage community members to think and act sustainably.

Faculty of Science and Technology, Federation University – The science of parasites, activities for kids at the Art Gallery of Ballarat.

Geelong Regional Library Corporation – Science Fair at the Corio Library, including science shows by Professor Bunsen.

Golden Plains Shire Family Day Care – Science fun with Professor Brains for pre-schoolers and families.

Goldfields Libraries – hatching chicken eggs and learning about the lifecycle of chickens at Kangaroo Flat Library.

Indigo Shire Libraries – Creating a bee friendly garden, interactive talks and Beechworth honey tasting.

Let’s Torque and Sisters in Science – Space exploration, a discussion about the power of collaboration.

Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society – Stargazing evening, and Science in the Park activities exploring the elemental composition of stars.

Mornington Peninsula Libraries – Family bowling with robots, learning to code.

New and Experimental Arts Laboratory – Musical performance and workshop exploring the intersections of science and art in neuroscience and acoustic ecology.
Royal Australian Chemical Institute – inaugural public lecture presented at the Melbourne Brain Centre by a Victorian chemist.

St Margaret’s and Berwick Grammar School – Sustainability and innovation weekend of public workshops and talks.

Unbound – Balloon launch to celebrate innovation and the Australian Space Agency.

Yaapeet Primary School – Guided nature walk with botanist and former park ranger Rod Newnham, and exhibition of a rediscovered well-preserved plant collection for the local community.

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