June 30, 2019

Regional Events

The following events were successful in attracting funding:

  • Monarto Woodland Birds (BioR)
  • Stockport Star Party (Astronomical Society of SA)
  • Getting to know the locals (Dolphin Watch)
  • Protecting Fungi (Fungi Map, Adelaide Hills Science Hub, Conscious Lifestyles)
  • Planetary Chemistry (Riverton High School)
  • Roxby’s Mad Scientists (Roxby Downs Board)
  • Mobile Science Spectacular (Adelaide Plains Library)
  • Sixteen Legs Documentary Screenings (Parndana Progress Association)
  • Inventing Tomorrow Film Festival (Clare & Gilbert Valleys Library)
  • MEGA Microbat, Mozzie & Movie Night (Natural Resources Murray Darling)
  • Andamooka Night Skies Tour (Andamooka Observatory)

Metropolitan Events

The following events were successful in attracting funding:

  • Space Day (Campbelltown Library)
  • Science vs Magic (Rob Ellinger Magic)
  • Alphabet of Awesome Water (SA Water)
  • Spectrum of Research (Zoos SA)
  • Science is Child’s Play (Hawthorndene Kindergarten)
  • Secrets of Kaurna Wetlands (City of Salisbury)
  • Science in Scouting Expo (Scouts Association)
  • Robot Scrimmage (RoboRoos)
  • The Adventures of Mungo the Magpie (Heaps Good Productions)
  • Science Week Activities (Refreshing Memories)
  • Marine Life 360 (Marine Sanctuaries)
  • The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AICN)
  • Indigenous Young Inventors (eLabtronics)

Big Science Adelaide Events

The following events, part of the Big Science Adelaide program in the CBD, were successful in attracting funding:

  • Open Day 2019 (SA Museum)
  • Shift Work – Healthier You (UniSA)
  • AI Light Science Spectacular (STEMSEL)
  • Animal Welfare Audit (Zoos SA)
  • From Vine to Mind (AWRI)
  • Saving Biodiversity (University of Adelaide)
  • Brains Trust – a Meeting of Minds (SAHMRI)
  • Neuroscience at Night (University of Adelaide)
  • Botanic Gardens & Herbarium Suite of Events (Botanic Gardens)
  • Waite in the Spotlight (Waite Institute)

Recent Articles

Citizen Science News

We have many updates for the citizen science community this month! New projects launching, messages from existing projects and the success of the City Nature Challenge.

Science Week 2020 Community Grant Recipients

The National Science Week Community Grants Committee is excited to announce the recipients of funding for a 2020 National Science Week event in South Australia.

National Youth Science Forum

Applications for the NYSF 2021 Year 12 Program have now opened! This 10-day science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) residential camp will provide year 12 students with an immersive, hands-on experience in various STEM subjects. Head to www.nysf.edu.au to find out more.