Results of 2015 NSW Regional Science Grants Program announcedNational Office
Eleven communities across NSW will soon have the opportunity to enjoy a whole range of new science engagement activities created by the network of NSW Regional Science Hubs.
Congratulations to the successful 2015 Regional Science Grants Program applicants who have won funds of just under $80 000.
Murray Science Hub – Albury Wodonga
From the Ground Up, 18-20 August
North Western Science Hub – Armidale
From the Garden: food, medicine and stories, from June to August
Hunter Science Hub – Newcastle
Hunter Science Festival, August
Shoalhaven Science Hub – Nowra and surrounds
Field Days, 17-19 August
Cowra Cabonne Science Hub – Canowindra
The Devonian Billabong is Alive, 17-23 August
Mid North Coast Science Hub – Port Macquarie, Kempsey and Taree
Café Scientifique & Science On the Road, from May to November
Illawarra Science Hub – Wollongong
Of Light & Flight: Lawrence Hargrave – Engineer, Explorer, Astronomer, Inventor, August 2015 (TBC)
Central Tablelands Science Hub – Bathurst
Somerville Lecture and Just Add Science Street Fair, August and October
Central West Science Hub – Dubbo
Sustainability Expo and Australian Museum Science Festival, 8-10 October
Eastern Sydney Science Hub – Sydney
Science in the Swamp, Saturday 15 August
Read the full descriptions of the projects.