Young Tassie Scientists at East Tamar 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 Scientist on this roadtrip are: Nico Masila, (he/him) – medical scientist Samuel Verne, (he/him) – physicist Dilani Ratnajeewa, (she/her) – maritime logistician Jared Magyar, (he/him) –…

Young Tassie Scientists at Exeter 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 Scientist on this roadtrip are: Nico Masila, (he/him) – medical scientist Samuel Verne, (he/him) – physicist Dilani Ratnajeewa, (she/her) – maritime logistician Jared Magyar, (he/him) –…

Young Tassie Scientists at St Anthony’s 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 Scientist on this roadtrip are: Nico Masila, (he/him) – medical scientist Samuel Verne, (he/him) – physicist  Dilani Ratnajeewa, (she/her) – maritime logistician Jared Magyar, (he/him)…

Young Tassie Scientists at Kings Meadows 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 Scientist on this roadtrip are: Nico Masila (he/him), medical scientist Samuel Verne (he/him),  physicist Dilani Ratnajeewa (she/her), maritime logistician Shasta Henry (she/her),…

Young Tassie Scientists at Glen Dhu 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 Scientist on this roadtrip are: Nico Masila (he/him), medical scientist Samuel Verne (he/him),  physicist/li> Dilani Ratnajeewa (she/her),  maritime logistician Shasta Henry (she/her),…

Bella Vista Public School Science Day

Science demonstrations + STEM Challenge (Create/Test/Reflect) = Bella Vista Public School Science Day. Prepare yourself for a jam-packed, inspiring day full of science. Science demonstrations and a STEM Challenge, use your knowledge, collaborate with your team-mates, learn new things – this is the day that you have been waiting for. How did you go in…

Leveraging Systems thinking and Statistics for Industry 5.0 & you

Presenter: Prof Peter Howley.  This seminar is accessible for all members of the community and recommended for adolescent through to adult audiences – families and career professionals alike will feel a step-change in their thinking! From walking the dog or enhancing our emotional state to assisting the advancement of medicine, education, industry … or any organisation or…

Goomeri State School Science Week

Students at Goomeri are participating in National Science Week activities at lunch time. They will have a chance to demonstrate concepts they’ve learned in class and engage in peer learning. Students will also have to opportunity to engage in STEM challenges and experiments exploring different concepts including density, energy, chemical reactions, aerodynamics and geology. 

Glenmore Park High School Science Open Evening

To create awareness and celebrate the opportunities and innovations created through science as part of National Science Week. The Science Faculty at Glenmore Park High School will run the Science Open Evening for the school community.  Join us for a fun filled evening of science practical activities that the whole family can enjoy. There will…

Mossman State School Science Week Activities

With a range of science experiments, STEM challenges, and play-based activities, students will engage in exciting activities to elicit interest, and explore different aspects of scientific topics. We’ll light it up, build our skills (and bridges), make some amazing reactions and have a ball (and some bubbles).