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May 8 2017 - August 18 2017

Water Quality Monitoring of Kincumber Creek

Kincumber High School, Kincumber, NSW
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Water Quality Monitoring: students will conduct water quality tests, macro invertebrate surveys of Kincumber Creek and collect feathers as part of the Feathermap Project of Australia, led by ANSTO and UNSW.

June 26 2017 - August 18 2017

Flora to Flora

Adelaide North Special School, Munno Para, SA

To further our recycling initiatives, our students will be involved in recycling their food scraps into the compost bins to produce composted soil. This soil will be used by classes in their gardening projects.

June 29 2017 - July 29 2017

Flame Tree Propagation Workshop

Discover Centre, Wollongong Botanic Gardens, Gwynneville, NSW
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A two hour Flame Tree Propagation Workshop at the Wollongong Botanic Garden Discovery Centre on Saturday 29 July.

Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Weston Creek, ACT
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Take a walking tour of the Mount Stromlo Observatory and learn about one of Canberra’s oldest sites. 2017 Dates: 5 March, 9 April, 7 May, 8 July, 13 August, 10 September, 7 October, 12 November, 3 December. Bookings essential.

UNSW - Colombo House, Kensington, NSW
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Consciousness is an enigma. What is this strange mental world that seems so essential to being human? Over the past two decades, neuroscience has started to yield answers. Come to this one-day masterclass and let six leading experts guide you through one of today's most exciting fields of science.

Ibis Styles Port Hedland, Port Hedland, WA

A day-long workshop on technical engineering report writing.

Fire Station 101, Ipswich, QLD
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Get the best advice on how best to place yourself in tomorrow’s job market and find out more about the diversity and uniqueness of Griffith University's STEM programs and how we prepare our students for future employment.

Palomino Reserve, Armadale, WA
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Celebrate National Science Week by getting hands-on with soil science.

July 20 2017 - August 25 2017

Parkinson’s Scientific Art

Lionel Bowen Library, Maroubra, NSW
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Parkinson’s Scientific Art is a collection of scientific images from scientists and clinicians in working towards understanding the complexity of the disease and finding better treatments. This exhibition is a celebration of the scientific developments in research in Parkinson’s disease.

Cobb and Co Museum, Toowoomba, QLD
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Get the best advice on how best to place yourself in tomorrow’s job market and find out more about the diversity and uniqueness of Griffith University's STEM programs and how we prepare our students for future employment.

Competitions & online activities

  • Tooth Fairy Project 2 NDK

    Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send...

  • High school science writing competition

    If you love writing, exploring or following your sense of curiosity, this prize is for you. The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing is a great...

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Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send the baby molar teeth that fall out from children to the Tooth Fairy for examination at the Australian Synchrotron.

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If you love writing, exploring or following your sense of curiosity, this prize is for you. The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing is a great way for high school students to show off their skills and win amazing prizes. Find all the details and resources to get you started on our website.

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A safer, cleaner environmental future: the CRC CARE High School Essay Competition.

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Our fun and friendly Young Tassie Scientists are volunteer, early-career researchers who travel across Tasmania during August in celebration of National Science Week. Appearing at local community Science Fairs and schools statewide - come chat, ask questions and find out what scientists really do!

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From drama to documentaries, animations or epic natural history, at Australia's Science Channel we're passionate about the power of the moving image to tell stories about the world, how it works, and our place in it. You can register now for free to host your own screening of the best of SCINEMA.

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The Great Australian Biodiversity Challenge is open to players of all ages, and is free to play. This is your chance to win prizes, while helping to protect Australia's biodiversity. Choose your botanic garden team, download QuestaGame and start your adventure into nature!

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The Pantry Blitz is a unique citizen science activity to learn more about the insects we share our homes with and how everyone can help protect our food, environment and livelihoods from damage caused by household pests.

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The Sound of Science is a daily science show broadcast on the Community Radio Network, featuring luminary scientists and nobel prize winners, exploring practical discoveries of science and frontiers of human understanding, with a focus on Australia's role in the expansion of humankind's knowledge.

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Join over 300 000 students from 1000 schools in the most exciting science competition on the face of the planet! One lucky student will be going to Space Camp in Alabama!!

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Join scientists from the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture for two lunchtime webinars and Q&A about the future of agriculture. As agricultural production intensifies around the world, sustainable agricultural and water management will become even more vital for the future of our planet.

Events

  • Water Quality Monitoring of Kincumber Creek

    Water Quality Monitoring: students will conduct water quality tests, macro invertebrate surveys of Kincumber Creek and collect feathers as part of the...

  • Flora to Flora

    To further our recycling initiatives, our students will be involved in recycling their food scraps into the compost bins to produce composted soil. This...

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