Sometimes science and hobbies collide within local clubs. If you have a real interest in science, technology, engineering, or maths, consider joining a club or the associated committee or board. There’s something for all ages!
Astronomical Society of Tasmania
For people who share an interest in all branches of astronomy and related sciences. Membership is open to everyone.
Devil Robotics is a team of high school and college students, based at the University of Tasmania who aim to promote science and engineering, and develop skills in these and related areas, including programming, maths, and mechatronics. Get involved as a participant in years 5-12 or as a mentor.
A hackerspace (also referred to as a hacklab, makerspace, or hackspace) is a community-operated workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialise and/or collaborate.
An informal evolving group revolving around women interested/passionate/working/studying in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) in Launceston, Tasmania. The group encourages members to share Tassie women in STEM stories.
Tasmanian Field Naturalists Club
This club is comprised of both amateurs and professionals who share a common interest in the natural world. They encourage the study of all aspects of natural history and advocate the conservation of our natural heritage and produce the journal The Tasmanian Naturalist.
Drawing its inspiration from the illustrious original Royal Society founded in London in 1660, the Royal Society of Tasmania is one of the oldest royal society outside the United Kingdom, having had a continuing existence since 1843. The mission of the Royal Society of Tasmania is “The advancement of knowledge” and STEM plays a major role.
If you know of a STEM club that we could add to this resource please get in touch with us.