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Nutritional Information Playing Cards
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Nutritional Information Playing Cards

  • By National Office
  • 23 July, 2021

Australia’s horticulture industry is a producer of premium safe fruits, vegetables, nuts, flowers, turf and nursery products. The International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021: Fruits and ...

Served With a Side of Science: A Canberra Food Festival
Science Week News, State Blogs

Served With a Side of Science: A Canberra Food Festival

  • By National Office
  • 23 July, 2021

Served With a Side of Science: A Canberra Food Festival is a weekend-long, city-wide event celebrating all things science and food as part of National Science Week. No matter your interests or ...

Taste & Explore the Future of Food School Workshops
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Taste & Explore the Future of Food School Workshops

  • By National Office
  • 19 July, 2021

We all love to eat. But how will nature, technology and human intervention change what food will be available to us over the next 30 years? Students from Years 3-10 can discover the possibilities ...

Big Science Adelaide in 2021
Grant Information, Science Week News, State Blogs

Big Science Adelaide in 2021

  • By National Office
  • 19 July, 2021

Congratulations to the organisers for receiving grant support for these Big Science Adelaide events in 2021. Would I Lie to You? Superstars of STEM and Science in the Pub Adelaide Join the ...

Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2021
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Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2021

  • By National Office
  • 7 July, 2021

We are looking for our NT STEAM stars. Nominations for the inaugural Northern Territory Science Week Awards are now open. It is time to recognise our champions (scientists, teachers, university ...

WA Small Grant Recipients 2021
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WA Small Grant Recipients 2021

  • By National Office
  • 6 July, 2021

Greg Quicke - Astronomer and Author Broome Public Library Date: 2 August Location: Broome Public Library Why are the stars over Broome so spectacular and the tides so dramatic? How do the sun and ...

Ready, steady, hack: ANSTO’s Hackathon
Schools, Science Week News

Ready, steady, hack: ANSTO’s Hackathon

  • By National Office
  • 25 June, 2021

Ready, steady, hack: ANSTO's National Science Week Hackathon is back - and you're invited! Bring innovation to your classroom with this free, fast-paced, virtual hackathon for Australian students ...

ACCLIMATISE: A festival exploring how we (and the planet) can adapt to a changing climate
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ACCLIMATISE: A festival exploring how we (and the planet) can adapt to a changing climate

  • By National Office
  • 25 June, 2021

How do we fire-proof our forests? How do we save endangered species?  What can you do to help? ACCLIMATISE is a festival jam-packed with live and online events investigating insights into ...

2021 SA Community Grant Recipients
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2021 SA Community Grant Recipients

  • By National Office
  • 21 June, 2021

The Big Biofilm Hunt Animate Your Science and the University of Adelaide Microbes are known to form communities and excrete a slime, called a "biofilm", that protects them from the environment. ...

NT Grant Recipients 2021
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NT Grant Recipients 2021

  • By National Office
  • 17 June, 2021

Congratulations to all of the event holders who received support from the NT Coordinating Committee for National Science Week. Large event grants National Science Week NT Launch: Comedy + Science ...