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STEMM Grants boost local science community

19 November 2020

The Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee and Inspiring Australia (Tasmania) awarded 23 grants at total of $39,000 to support organisations who will deliver a public science, technology, engineering, maths or medicine (STEMM) themed activity…
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2020 Tasmanian STEM Excellence Award winners

10 November 2020

Four researchers from the University of Tasmania have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at an award ceremony in Hobart on Friday, 6 November. Minister for Science and…
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Grants now open for STEM engagement 2021

21 September 2020

Seed grants for Tasmanian National Science Week and other science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) events and activities are now open! Contact us for a link to the Information Session video with more details and…
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New grants announced for STEM engagement activities in 2021

14 September 2020

The Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee is excited to announce that grants of up to $2,000 will soon be available for events and activities in Science Week 2021. If you have a great idea…
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Minister Ferguson launches National Science Week and the STEM Excellence Awards

14 August 2020

Watch the Hon. Michael Ferguson – Minister for Science and Technology, and Dr Ben Arthur – Chair of the National Science Week Coordinating Committee, Scientist, and Engagement Programs Coordinator (CSIRO) launch the 2020 National Science…
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Help us evaluate #scienceweek

11 August 2020

This year’s online National Science Week campaign will be evaluated by a team of academic researchers at the University of Sydney. Help them analyse the effectiveness of online science engagement by participating in the national…
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Get your free Science at Home booklet

4 August 2020

National Science Week is heading online this year! With a schools theme of Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans and a local theme of Science at Home, Tasmania will showcase our science to the rest…
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QUESTACON is conducting a statewide survey for Tasmanian STEM Providers

28 July 2020

Australia’s National Science and Technology Centre, QUESTACON is seeking survey participants to map STEM education and engagement in Tasmania. Survey will be open until Friday 7 August 2010. Click the survey link here: Questacon Survey for Tasmanian…
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Science Week grants re-released with a twist

22 May 2020

Now, more than ever, the importance of science is at the forefront of our everyday lives. That’s why we’re pleased to announce that National Science Week in Tasmania will be heading online in 2020 and…
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Resources for science communicators to assist with online presenting added

30 April 2020

We have added resources to our website to help science communicators with teaching and presenting online during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources are primarily provided for scientists who deliver engagement activities and presentations who would…
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Can you help Australia respond to COVID-19?

8 April 2020

The COVID-19 Expert Database has been created to provide a mechanism for governments, the business sector, the research sector, and other decision-makers to easily access the expertise they need to inform their decision making. Australia’s…
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Eureka Prizes for science open for entries

6 March 2020

The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are the country’s most comprehensive national science awards, honouring excellence across the areas of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement, and school science. Entries open Wednesday 4 March and close…
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