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June 30 2016 - September 4 2016

New Romance: art and the posthuman

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The Rocks, NSW

New Romance: art and the posthuman at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia brings together 18 artists from Australia and Korea whose works encourage us to question what it means to be human today and what it might mean in the future.

The Artisan Cafe, Blackwood, SA

The microscopic motion of molecules is explored by using the quantum energy patterns they create from laser light, as seen in the Molecular Dynamics and Laser Spectroscopy Lab, Flinders University. Opening night: Thursday 11 August, 6pm to 7.30pm with wine and food. All welcome.

July 30 2016 - October 30 2016

Florilegium: Sydney’s Painted Garden

Museum of Sydney, Sydney, NSW

Florilegium: Sydney’s Painted Garden showcases a remarkable collection of contemporary botanical paintings that illustrate some of the most significant plants in the living collections of the Royal Botanic Garden & Domain Trust.

August 1 2016 - September 4 2016


QUT - Gardens Point campus, Brisbane, QLD

A month of public, student and industry activities, to celebrate National ICT, Literacy and Numeracy, Engineering and Science Weeks.

August 1 2016 - August 31 2016

Duality: a life outside the lab

Old Bus Depot, Kingston, ACT

Proof by the image that scientists are more complex than the image given to them by TV

August 1 2016 - August 31 2016

Oceans of the Unknown

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies Gallery, Battery Point, TAS

How do you create an image of something that you cannot see? This exhibition is a collaboration between a marine spatial analyst and two visual artists who each use the image as a primary means of translating the marine environment. Floor Talk at 2.30pm, Fri 19 August.

August 2 2016 - September 23 2016

Over Many Horizons

UTS Gallery, Ultimo, NSW

Over Many Horizons is an interactive, experiential exhibition by media artist Keith Armstrong that investigates the mesh of environmental, social and cultural ecologies that form our worlds.The exhibition is accompanied by an engaging series of workshops and talks.

August 4 2016 - August 28 2016

2016 Astrofest: Astrophotography Exhibition

Western Australian Museum Geraldton, Geraldton, WA

The 2016 exhibition showcases the superb accomplishments of twenty talented Western Australian astro-imagers to record stunning astronomical landscape images in locations throughout Western Australia and beyond.

August 6 2016 - August 28 2016

Changing Worlds

Mrs Harris' Shop, Torrensville, SA

This exhibition explores how science is helping to reshape perceptions of our world and our understanding of the processes that sustain and change the environment. Through the medium of printmaking each artist has engaged with aspects of these changes, informed by the work of our scientists.

August 6 2016 - September 30 2016


Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW

Come on a journey inside the largest scientific experiment ever constructed. Buried deep under the border between Switzerland and France, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is the work of 10 000 men and women from across the globe.

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Do you want to have fun with science? Would you like to do some simple chemical experiments? Then enter the ACT/RACI Crystal Growing Competition and learn all about growing beautiful crystals.


Win extraordinary prizes just for sharing your home or school science experiments! Entering is as simple as doing an experiment with everyday items, then posting a picture or 30-second video of it to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram tagging both @DrGrahams and #ExtraordinaryScience.


Celebrate National Science Week 2016 all month-long! There are so many opportunities to get involved in coastal and marine citizen science that we're running a month-long campaign to help you discover the project that's right for you.


Register to host your own SCINEMA screening during National Science Week and see the best of science film! Playlists provided for Primary, Secondary and General viewing.

Is your child interested in coding? Return to Crystal Rainforest introduces children to programming language Scratch.


Join the scientists aboard the JOIDES Resolution as they seek to better understand the seismic forces that drove the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck this Indian Ocean region in 2004. Bookings essential.


Sign up for your FREE pantry trap to discover what insects live in your pantry and participate in citizen science! We will tell you what insects you trap and your reports will help us demonstrate Western Australia is free from certain exotic pests.


Edge Pledge, the new challenge-based online app, will raise money for wildlife on the brink of extinction. Edge Pledge enables anyone (and everyone) to become Extinction Fighters by putting you ‘on the edge’ and collecting donations for doing so.


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