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June 6 2016 - August 3 2016

Science Expo

Unity College Murraylands, Murray Bridge, SA
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The Year 6 students will plan and carry our Science Experiments based on the theme "Science Everywhere". They will then display their results during a Science Expo evening and school families and extended community will be invited to see what the students have done.

June 30 2016 - September 4 2016

New Romance: art and the posthuman

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The Rocks, NSW
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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.

July 1 2016 - August 17 2016

Lights on Launceston

Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston, TAS

Get your images projected onto Queen Victoria Museum’s façade! To help celebrate National Science Week, Queen Victoria Museum and the City of Launceston are providing a unique opportunity for photographers in the community to show off the best of Launceston.

July 9 2016 - August 27 2016

SEA*ACT Science Fair

Theodore Primary School, Theodore, ACT
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SEA*ACT Science Fair is hosting its 39th annual Science and Engineering Fair. Students of all ages can enter their investigation project to compete for prize money and a chance to enter into the BHP Billiton National Science and Engineering Fair. Student projects are due by 27 August to be judged.

July 19 2016 - August 18 2016

Femel_Fissions Exhibition

QUT Creative Industries Precinct , Kelvin Grove, QLD
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Femel_Fissions Exhibition QUT Creative Industries Precinct The Block, 19 July - 18 August 2016.

July 30 2016 - October 30 2016

Florilegium: Sydney’s Painted Garden

Museum of Sydney, Sydney, NSW
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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.

South Lismore Duckpond, South Lismore, NSW
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Science Walks/Science Talks is proud to present the 2016 Lismore Tree Day Festival! Join landcare and local bush regenerators, naturalists, botanists and ecologists at the South Lismore Duckpond. Come and see the amazing wetland restoration project and learn more about what you can do to help!

Dickson Library, Dickson , ACT
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Liquid nitrogen! Explosions! Pant-wettingly exciting science! An interactive science experience that will have you laughing as hard as you're learning, while filling your cranium with curiosity! Visit www.scienceshowoffs.net for fun science to do at home - and win prizes too! Bookings essential.

Woden Library, Phillip , ACT
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Liquid nitrogen! Explosions! Pant-wettingly exciting science! An interactive science experience that will have you laughing as hard as you're learning, while filling your cranium with curiosity! Visit www.scienceshowoffs.net for fun science to do at home - and win prizes too! Bookings essential.

August 1 2016 - August 31 2016

Duality: a life outside the lab

Old Bus Depot, Kingston, ACT
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Proof by the image that scientists are more complex than the image given to them by TV

Competitions & online activities

  • On the Job

    Throughout National Science Week we’ll feature a video a day highlighting a day in the lives of seven competitively-chosen support workers of science:...

  • Robogals Science Challenge 2016

    Robogals Science Challenge is an Australia-wide science competition for girls encouraging participants to learn more about science and engineering through...

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Throughout National Science Week we'll feature a video a day highlighting a day in the lives of seven competitively-chosen support workers of science: the staff who keep Australian science going.

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Robogals Science Challenge is an Australia-wide science competition for girls encouraging participants to learn more about science and engineering through science projects and experiments with a friend or mentor. Entries to the competition are submitted online in form of videos, photos and writing!

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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.

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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.

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Visit a Mornington Peninsula Toy Library with your preschooler during August and collect their very own Science Week Kit to take home. Visit www.mptoylibraries.com.au from July 1 for more details and collection points.

Where are science and technology’s women role models? And what are their stories? Meet women scientists at your local school, pub or libraries for a series of workshops and presentations. Locations to come.

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Hey ACT teachers! The Australian National Botanic Gardens and Bush Blitz are having a QuestaGame competition - with cool prizes, including educational programs and classroom entomology packs!

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QuestaGame and the Atlas of Living Australia are offering a $500 prize to the school that earns the highest score on QuestaGame over National Science Week. To be eligible for the event, your school or classroom must register a clan on QuestaGame. The competition is global. It's free and easy to do.

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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.

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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.

Events

  • Science Expo

    The Year 6 students will plan and carry our Science Experiments based on the theme “Science Everywhere”. They will then display their results...

  • New Romance: art and the posthuman

    New Romance: art and the posthuman at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia brings together 18 artists from Australia and Korea whose works encourage...

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