Oliphant Science Awards inspire young minds

November 29, 2016

Science students honoured at SA’s largest science awards

Scholarships open to kickstart STEM education

November 9, 2016

The Playford Trust are offering a suite of scholarships to students intending to study STEM subjects at a South Australian university.

National Science Week and student grants up for grabs!

October 26, 2016

Got a great science-related event? Are you a student wanting to attend a STEM event? We’ve got all your grants covered!

Little Bang Discovery Club

October 18, 2016

Little kids can discover the world of science with the new Little Bang Discovery Club!

Invention Convention to inspire young minds

October 4, 2016

Are you the next, great, Aussie entrepeneur? Apply now for the National Questacon Invention Convention!

The power of ‘yes’ in STEM education

September 1, 2016

A group of South Australian school children has taken out top prize in the junior category at Australia’s premier technology awards. But the benefits of the STEM project extend far beyond stepping onto the winners podium.

2016 Premier’s Reading Challenge plus science

August 1, 2016

A huge variety of fiction and non-fiction books tell amazing science stories. In 2016 Inspiring South Australia is working with the SA Premier’s Reading Challenge to encourage children of all ages to discover science through reading.

Online animations bring science to life

June 13, 2016

A science teacher at Adelaide High School is reaching out to students across the world with his online animations exploring physics, chemistry and biology. His videos have been viewed more than 10 million times.

Bright Sparks Science Club a treat for South Aussie kids

June 3, 2016

Looking to inject a regular dose of science into the life of your child, tween or teen? Supported by the University of Adelaide, Bright Sparks Science Club offers a regular program of weekday, weekend and school holiday STEM activities.

Mummy and Daddy, where does meat come from?

May 25, 2016

That moment when a child asks where meat comes from can lead to some interesting household discussions. University of Adelaide researcher Dr Heather Bray wanted to find out more.