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April 15 2015 - September 16 2015

Laburnum Primary School Light Fantatsic

Laburnum Primary School, Blackburn, VIC

An evening celebration of the International Year of Light. Students from our school will showcase their investigations using a wide variety of tools and skills. Students will be encouraged to use ICT, create working models, posters, information booklets etc during their investigations.

April 27 2015 - August 22 2015

ACT Crystal Growing Competition

INSPIRE Center, Bruce, ACT
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We want to reignite that scientific spark for our younger generations and encourage them to be engaged and participate in science!

June 22 2015 - August 23 2015

Neural Knitworks Echuca

twistED Science, Echuca, VIC
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An ongoing TwistED Science Neural Knitworks Group, held in conjunction with the Campaspe Library in Echuca, that will culminate in a display of our communities Knitwork creations held during National Science Week 2015.

June 23 2015 - August 23 2015

Schools Pop-up Science Centre

Robina Community Centre, Robina, QLD

To celebrate National Science Week 2015, Education Queensland and Griffith University will host the Gold Coast Schools Pop-up Science Centre, showcasing science in South East regional Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Outdoor and Environmental Education Centres.

June 30 2015

Neural Knitworks

Echuca Library, Echuca, VIC

Come along and make some amazing fun neurons. All welcome.

National Measuement Institute, North Ryde Labs, North Ryde, NSW

Discover NMI North Ryde!

National Measurement Institute Lindfield Labs, West Lindfield, NSW

Discover NMI Lindfield!

July 6 2015 - July 9 2015

Volcano Fun

Quairading Community Resource Centre, Quairading, WA

Research, design, construct, paint and explode a volcano.

The Footbridge Theatre, Camperdown, NSW
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Join two award-winning authors & scientists as they shed light on one of life's biggest mysteries

July 13 2015 - September 18 2015

Physics is Fun

Luna Park Sydney, Milsons Point, NSW
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‘Physics is Fun’ provide fun park excursions at Luna Park Sydney for any size school group from any school faculty on Mondays & Fridays. Our special school prices are at a great discount on standard entry prices charged by Luna Park Sydney and are the lowest prices available.

Competitions & online activities

  • Collision arts/science competition

    The Collision competition invites artists, scientists and students to respond to the theme of particle physics. The high school / primary school student...

  • GEOFIX Model Building Competition

    GEOFIX / GEOSHAPES toy model-building competition, open to primary and secondary schools Australiawide. School to receive a free set of shapes in new pastel...

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The Collision competition invites artists, scientists and students to respond to the theme of particle physics. The high school / primary school student winner will receive a $500 cash prize and $1000 for their school’s science program. Open category winner will receive a $1500 cash prize.

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GEOFIX / GEOSHAPES toy model-building competition, open to primary and secondary schools Australiawide. School to receive a free set of shapes in new pastel colours to build original structures with and submit photos of by e-mail. Winner receives a $600 voucher to spend on GEO teaching aids.

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Geoscience Australia is on the look-out for photos with rock-star qualities, with entries now open for the 2015 Top GeoShot photographic competition.

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Neural Knitworks, a collaborative project about mind and brain health, invites you to crochet, wrap, knit or knot - and find out about neuroscience. Join others on-line to create a giant virtual neural network. Free patterns and instructions available for download, no knitting experience required.

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An online renewable energy assignment/competition for all Australia Year 9 Students. Four winners will be selected to travel to Fiji and install a renewable energy supply for a vaccination refrigerator in a remote Fijian Village. https://expeditionclass.com/fijiPower.php

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Dance artist, Alison Plevey, explores the interaction between anatomy, creativity, environment/place, science and technology in her short film DataDance. The film traces Alison's site dance responses over a 24hr period, overlayed with quantitative recorded data of the physiological experience.

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Can you Sci-ku? Get involved in the RiAus Sci-ku competition for a unique blend of science and poetry and have the chance to win some great prizes. This year the theme is LIGHT, recognising the UNESCO International Year of Light.

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Canadian astronaut and youtube sensation Chris Hadfield stops in to RiAus during his Spaceman’s View of the Planet Australian tour to field out of this world questions from students around Australia.

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Sessions specialize in explaining how natural events in the Sciences of Space effect our everyday lives. Day and Night, The Seasons, The Moon Cycles, Eclipses, Gravity, and Tides, etc. The Cosmodome full dome projections are all over the dome, above and all around the audience.

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Play for your school! Download the free QuestaGame mobile adventure app from the AppStore or Google Play. From August 15 - 23, the points of any player with a ".edu" email address will be added to their school's total. QuestaGame will announce the winning schools, with bonus award for top players.

Events

  • Laburnum Primary School Light Fantatsic

    An evening celebration of the International Year of Light. Students from our school will showcase their investigations using a wide variety of tools and...

  • ACT Crystal Growing Competition

    We want to reignite that scientific spark for our younger generations and encourage them to be engaged and participate in science!

See all
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