Nominations are now open for the Unsung Hero Awards – celebrate a scientist or science communicator that deserves recognition
Apply now for a grant and help your school conduct a science activity or event during National Science Week
The deadline for Perform your Science has been extended! Get in your EOI and tell your science story.
Five projects from South Australia have been awarded national grants
Funding of up to $2000 is available to support community science activities and events in three regions
As 2017 wraps up, we take a look at the exciting science that happened in our Regional Science Hubs. From our newest hub on Kangaroo Island to the Far North, there were fantastic science events happening across the state.
This year marked the 20th birthday of National Science Week, featuring old favourites and brand new programs which delighted South Australians.
We take a look at National Science Week on the Fleurieu Peninsula, which saw industry, academia, students and the public come together over solid science
We take a look at National Science Week in the Murray and Mallee region, where locals have been engaging with virtual reality, car technology, chemical experiments and more.
We take a look at National Science Week on Kangaroo Island, where locals have rallied around the curiosity, intrigue and amazement that science offers.
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