Over 600 students participated in a special STEM reading competition as part of the Premier’s Reading Challenge.
Our special ocean event saw 5 scientists take a dive into ocean science.
For all the chatter about climate change, discussion about methane remains elusive. Dr Paul Willis from Australia’s Science Channel reveals the untold story of this destructive greenhouse gas
Are you a budding science communicator? Then enter the FameLab competition and win a trip to the UK!
South Australia’s best biodiversity researchers, plus drinks, nibbles and lots of laughs. Join Inspiring SA and the SA Museum on 22 Sep 2016 for a fun and fast science update.
It’s not just ordinary people like you who get excited about science! Watch actor Alan Alda and computer whizz Steve Wozniak welcome you to National Science Week 2016.
Science is boring and old-fashioned? Not in the Murray and Mallee Regional Science Hub. As part of National Science Week 2016, school students will learn how technological innovations are transforming science.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was one place you could go and find out about careers and opportunities in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)? Oh wait, there is!
Once upon a time there was a wee Scottish man called Professor Flint. He was funny and nice (most of the time), and loved to read books. Although he was a scientist, he had a problem.
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