Welcome to Inspiring South Australia

Inspiring South Australia is about connecting the community with science and improving science literacy. Together with our partners and supporters, we work to engage diverse audiences in both our regional and metropolitan communities.

Stories and News

Immerse yourself in science at CSIRO bootcamp

Get the full science experience and explore the world of sound

Great Scientists wanted for PM Prizes

The greatest minds are also the most humble, nominate them now!

WOMADelaide Planet Talks

Join internationally-reknowned speakers discuss the environment, sustainability and more at the WOMADelaide Planet Talks

Science Week School Grants Announced

More grants have been announced to support schools during National Science Week

New Kangaroo Island Regional Science Hub to be established

Expressions of Interest are sought to establish the new hub

Upcoming Events

Physics in the Pub

  • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
  • 106 Halifax Street, Adelaide

Physics is Phunner in a Pub, at least that’s what’s being promised at Physics in the Pub. Physics in the Pub sees snappy scientists present...

Science Alive! at Tonsley

  • 10am - 4pm
  • Tonsley SA

Science Alive! is┬áback, but this time at Tonsley. This year, Science Alive! is heading out from it’s original home of the Adelaide Showgrounds, to bring...

twenty – Arts in Health

  • Flinders Medical Centre

The arts have long been used to improve one’s health and wellbeing and now, the Flinders Medical Centre is showcasing arts in health with twenty....

Inspiring South Australia

The Inspiring South Australia program is supported by the Australian Government through the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the South Australian Department of State Development, the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia, Flinders University and the South Australian Museum.

Together we are working towards a society that critically engages with key scientific issues, a society that is inspired by science, a society that encourages young people to pursue scientific studies and careers, and a society that attracts national and international interest in its science.

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