NT Grants for National Science Week in 2022

Inspiring and innovative science projects fit for all ages are being sought from the Northern Territory community for National Science Week in 2022. National Science Week will run from 13 – 21 August across the NT, bringing a wide range of science activities to children and adults in the Territory. In 2022 National Science Week…

Postponed Events in the Top End

For those in the Top End, the National Science Week fun hasn’t ended! In response to the last minute lockdown during National Science Week, many events in the Northern Territory were postponed. Luckily, they are now able to go ahead — subject to any further changes to COVID-19 restrictions. Here are some of the re-scheduled National Science…

Mid-Afternoon Masterclasses with Melbourne Uni Researchers

What do whales, echidnas, vaccines, rock art and dark matter have in common? They’re all part of The University of Melbourne’s series of ‘Mid-Afternoon Masterclasses’, running every day this week for the university’s Science Festival, as part of National Science Week. The masterclasses are delivered online as 45-minute mini lectures at 2pm each day and are suitable…

Seeing Things Differently: The science behind X-ray imaging

Join in a behind the scenes tour of Micro-X’s production facility, where we develop and produce next generation X-ray imaging equipment incorporating innovative design and carbon nanotube technology. Free photography workshops, presented by Digido Studios, and other science related art and craft activities are also available. Activities include: Science and Craft Admission Micro-X Facility Tour…

TAS: Get curious this August with our Science Week events guide

Download your digital copy (9MB, pdf) of the National Science Week event guide for Tasmania, which appeared in the Mercury, Examiner, and Advocate newspapers on Saturday 24 July. This year we have everything from festivals, stage performances, in-person to online events. Check out the program to see what gets you curious! Make sure you visit the…

Nutritional Information Playing Cards

Australia’s horticulture industry is a producer of premium safe fruits, vegetables, nuts, flowers, turf and nursery products. The International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021: Fruits and vegetables, your dietary essentials (#IYFV2021) raises awareness of the important role of fruits and vegetables in human nutrition, food security and health. These playing cards (2.4MB, pdf) are…