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Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW
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The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum is the home of the internationally renowned Somerville Collection. Highlights of Warren Somerville’s remarkable collection include a T.rex skeleton, dinosaur eggs and fossils from most stages of life on Earth as spectacular minerals from around the world.

July 25 2017 - October 5 2017

BLOOD: Attract & Repel

The University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC
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The alluring mystery of blood has fascinated scientists and artists for centuries. From biological fluid to artistic medium, Blood: Attract & Repel is a powerful collision of arts and science that will take you on a journey of scientific discovery, social taboo and self-identity.

City Library, Adelaide, SA
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The Adelaide City Library Innovation Lab is home to the latest in smart technologies. Learn, explore and create with cutting edge equipment including 3D printers, 3D doodlers, virtual reality and robots. For program bookings, days and times please check the Adelaide City Libraries website.

August 1 2017 - December 1 2017

Space Rocks – Bringing the Universe Down to Earth

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW
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An exhibition of meteorites and astrophotography by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory.

Woodcroft Library Computer Room, Morphett Vale, WA
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Join us as we unlock your child's imagination by using a specially developed framework incorporating plug and play electronics hardware and drag and drop graphical visual programming.

August 10 2017 - October 29 2017

Winning Sky Photos 2017: The David Malin Awards

Sydney Observatory, Millers Point, NSW
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See the best astrophotography from the last 12 months.

August 11 2017 - September 27 2017

Backscatter: The Voyage of the Investigator

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies Gallery, Battery Point, TAS
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An exhibition of drawings, sculptures, photographs and moving image works by visual artist Annalise Rees, choreographer James Batchelor and videographer Pete Harmsen as the result of their participation in a scientific voyage to the sub-Antarctic on board the RV Investigator in 2016.

Woodcroft Library, Computer Room, Morphett Vale, SA
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Explore the fascinating world of invention by learning how to configure a robot to respond to commands using your old TV remote whilst you are at Woodcroft Library's Tech Expo.

Woodcroft Library, Computer Room, Morphett Vale, SA
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Explore the fascinating world of invention by learning how to configure a robot to respond to commands using your old TV remote whilst you are at Woodcroft Library's Tech Expo.

Woodcroft Library Computer Room, Morphett Vale, SA
RoboClub2017IRRemoteMiniWorkshop-Landscape

Explore the fascinating world of invention by learning how to configure a robot to respond to commands using your old TV remote whilst you are at Woodcroft Library's Tech Expo.

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...

  • Tour the RV JOIDES Resolution

    Tour a working research vessel from the comfort of your own classroom! Our Education officer and Science party will show you around the ship and answer...

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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.

Your classroom or venue for a virtual tour
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Tour a working research vessel from the comfort of your own classroom! Our Education officer and Science party will show you around the ship and answer all your questions during a one hour session broadcast live from the Tasman Sea.

SoundofScience

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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