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COLLISION – It’s subARTomic!
Science Week News, State Blogs

COLLISION – It’s subARTomic!

  • By Science Week Admin
  • 18 May, 2012

Are you astounded by supersymmetry? Excited by the Higgs boson? Think neutrinos are supremo? Express Media, COSMOS magazine, Blue Vapours and CoEPP (Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at ...

Brain Break Morning Tea
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Brain Break Morning Tea

  • By Science Week Admin
  • 2 May, 2012

Celebrate science and give your brain a break this National Science Week by holding a morning tea for friends or colleagues. Register your Brain Break by Friday 27 July to receive a FREE National ...

WA National Science Week Seed Grants 2012
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WA National Science Week Seed Grants 2012

  • By Science Week Admin
  • 2 May, 2012

Due to the continued success of the National Science Week seed grants, the 2012 WA National Science Week Coordinating Committee is pleased to offer a grant round for National Science Week 2012! ...

Tasmanian National Science Week Information Sessions
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Tasmanian National Science Week Information Sessions

  • By National Office
  • 1 May, 2012

The exploration, discovery and excitement that is National Science Week in Tasmania is back again with another exciting state-wide program for 2012. Find out more by coming along to  the Hobart ...

National Science Week School Grants Reminder
Grant Information, State Blogs

National Science Week School Grants Reminder

  • By National Office
  • 1 May, 2012

The National Science Week School Grants round is still open and closes on 14 May 2012. This year, it is an online application process so no late applications can be accepted. Successful ...

Successful National Science Week Grants in Tasmania
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Successful National Science Week Grants in Tasmania

  • By National Office
  • 1 May, 2012

Congratulations to the following successful National Science Week grant recipients in Tasmania, and thanks to everyone else who applied. 2012 is shaping up to be yet another great year of science ...