Science Alive!

Science Alive! is the largest, single, interactive science exhibition in Australia. With a diverse range of exhibitors and interactive displays, this is a fantastic opportunity for people of all ages to engage with science in a fun and meaningful way. There will also be dynamic performances and shows, which promise to be both educational and…

ASO Eye Surgery Showcase

The Australian Society of Ophthalmologists (ASO) will host the first ASO Eye Surgery Showcase at Australian Parliament House Canberra on Wednesday 14 August. As part of National Science Week, the event provides the perfect opportunity to showcase medical technologies and innovative treatments in eye disease. The event will commence at 7:30 am with a networking…

STEM in the Outback – National Science Week 2024 Queensland Launch in Cloncurry

In partnership with the Cloncurry Shire Council, Inspiring Australia Queensland will host the first launch of National Science Week Queensland in a remote Outback location. Free and open to everyone, come and experience a variety of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in action, from local industry, government organisations and university researchers.

Beyond Vaccines: Examining Public Trust in Biomedical Sciences

In recent years the field of biomedical science has faced heightened public scrutiny, reaching a critical juncture where trust in research and its applications is being reevaluated.  Beyond the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination debates, there are diverse issues contributing to this skepticism.  The discussion will revolve around examining how the public interprets…

Beyond Vaccines: Examining Public Trust in Biomedical Sciences

In recent years the field of biomedical science has faced heightened public scrutiny, reaching a critical juncture where trust in research and its applications is being reevaluated.  Beyond the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination debates, there are diverse issues contributing to this skepticism.  The discussion will revolve around examining how the public interprets…

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 HIVE Science Centre

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: Katya Bandow (she/her), plant scientist – Plant science & ecology  Ash Russell (they/them), biostatistician – Brains…

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…