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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 30 2015 - December 31 2015

The Light Spectacular – High Voltage Show

Scienceworks, Spotswood, VIC
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Scienceworks is starting our Year of Light celebrations with a bang – a new Lightning Room show about the science of light and the amazing technologies that use it.

July 1 2015 - December 24 2015

We are Astronomers – Planetarium show

Melbourne Planetarium, Spotswood, VIC
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Zoom into space and learn how astronomers seek an answer to the true origin of the Universe.

July 1 2015 - December 31 2015

Starlight – Planetarium show

Melbourne Planetarium, Spotswood, VIC
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Uncover the mysteries of the stars in this planetarium show. For thousands of years we have looked to the stars at night in wonder and awe. Their mysteries have inspired curiosity across all cultures and civilisations.

July 9 2015 - August 14 2015

Celebrating light

International Grammar School, Ultimo, NSW

A K-12 light inspired photography competition that will see student showcase the importance and beauty of light. High school students will design and present workshops to primary school students and work together to plan and present a whole school light inspired assembly.

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.

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW
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The fascinating story of a Bathurst family's adventure that included the discovery of an Ichthyosaur skeleton in Richmond, Queensland.

July 22 2015 - August 19 2015

Plosive Aerophone Performance

Toongabbie Primary School, Toongabbie, VIC

Our students have worked to build their own Plosive Aerophone and will be performing at our school on Wednesday 19 August. This tuned percussion instrument will be part of an ensemble performance and be demonstrated and explained to the audience by our students.

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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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.

25 Mountains. Zero latitude. 25 years. Zero ice.

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Do you have a favourite science experiment you’ve conducted in class or watched on YouTube? Or have you been inspired by a great scientific discovery in history? If you're at an Australian high school, you could win a $500 voucher and get your science story published in Australia's top science mags!

Upload your photos to Instagram at #city_launceston #qvmag #lightsonlaunceston to be in the running to get them projected onto the Queen Victoria Art Gallery facade on Thursday 20 August. You can vote for your favourite images.

ScienceInTheCommunity

Take a picture that 'shines the light' on an aspects of Townsville Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activities, or a scientific observation of the local community, such as wildlife, geology or any creative area you may think of. Enter online at http://bit.ly/STEMTSV

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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.

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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