National STEM Roundtable

The National STEM Roundtable proposes to examine the issues that impact far northern Australian residents directly and provides a response to research outcomes on issues critical to our region. The issues focus on STEM applications to responses to disaster management and will reflect on data collected through projects delivered by collaborative projects undertaken by Illuminate…

EduTECH 2024

EduTECH, Australia’s premier event for education and EdTech, annually attracts 10,000-15,000 attendees, making it one of the world’s largest education conferences. Since its 2011 Sydney launch, EduTECH has expanded globally, with events in Singapore, the Philippines, Dubai, Johannesburg, and London, reaching over 50,000 educators yearly. Our Australian event boasts a 15,000 m2 trade show with…

Science Week at Campbell Primary School

Exploring STEM with Fun and Innovation. Campbell Primary School is thrilled to announce their celebration of national Science Week. As part of our commitment to promoting STEM education and fostering a love for science among our students and families, we are hosting an exciting event filled with student-led activities, engaging demonstrations, and hands-on experiences. Activities…

I Wonder…

Are you ready to see some super fun science live on stage in Adelaide, Australia? Written by Benji Riggs from The Flying Elephant Company and Simon Blacket from Silly Science with Simon, I Wonder… is a blend of science, music, and a heartfelt story suitable for kids aged 4+ The show opens to the general public over…

Young Tassie Scientists at Burnie Library

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on the NorthWest roadtrip are: Eloise Bennett, marine biologist  Gongbu Pan, neuroscientist Rhiannon Terry, chemist Marlvin Anemey Tewara, medical scientist…

Young Tassie Scientists at Devonport High School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on this roadtrip are: Rhiannon Terry (she/her), chemist – The chemistry of smells Malachi Hinricshen (he/him), neuroscientist – Neuroscience Eloise…

Young Tassie Scientists at Sacred Heart Catholic School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on this roadtrip are: Eloise Bennett (she/her), marine scientist – Looking at seaweeds                                                  Niam Askey-Doran (he/him), geophysicist – Physics and…

Young Tassie Scientists at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on this roadtrip are: Eloise Bennett (she/her), marine scientist – Looking at seaweeds Niam Askey-Doran (he/him), geophysicist – Physics and…

Young Tassie Scientists at Hillcrest Primary School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on this roadtrip are: Paula Ruiz-Ruiz (she/her), marine scientist – Marine biology and ecology   Nina Gunawan (she/her,) chemist –…

Young Tassie Scientists at Ulverstone Primary School

This year’s Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week. The Young Tassie Scientists on this roadtrip are: Ash Russell (they/them), biostatistician – Brains and bodies Angus Olding (he/him), chemist – Colourful chemistry Malachi…