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Have a browse through some of the quality science events we have listed here. Be sure to look out for the golden star for upcoming science events and be inspired by hugely successful events from the past. See the photos, watch the videos, read the reviews and get all the inspiration you need to run your own science event in your school or community...

National Science Week ASTA School Grants Monday 11 March 2013

Any school in Victoria

National Science Week provides a chance to focus on the impact science, engineering, technology and mathematics has on our lives, our economy, our society and our world. To help Australian schools celebrate National Science Week, the Australian...
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ThoughtLAB-14: Baby it's hot outside! Upcoming Event Tuesday 12 May 2015

Carlton Connect Initiative, LAB-14, 700 Swanston Street, Carlton (cnr of Swanston and Grattan, site of the former Royal Women's Hospital)

It’s the summer of 2050 and after three consecutive days hotter than 47oC, including a new record temperature for Melbourne of 50oC, predictions of even hotter temperatures have thrown citizens into chaos. Your country has turned to you to solve the...
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Chocolate Science Cafe at Bendigo Discovery Centre Friday 13 March 2015

Bendigo Discovery Centre, Bendigo

Chocolate is delicious to eat – but how often do you consider the chemistry behind good chocolate? We'll examine some of the science that goes into making chocolate (with plenty of tastings along the way!) You'll use that scientific knowledge to...
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Sipping on Science Tuesday 24 February 2015

Eldridge Estate Winery, 120 Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill

There's a lot more to the science of wine that just the fermentation of grape sugars to produce alcohol. Join our host, award winning wine maker David Lloyd, and research scientist Dr Mandy Webb, to discuss the latest scientific research about...
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Crystallography - Making Matters Crystal Clear Thursday 11 December 2014

Australian Synchrotron, 800 Blackburn Road, Clayton, Vic 3168

The Australian Synchrotron creates a light one million times brighter than the sun, to give researchers x-ray vision. Industrial and scientific researchers come to use the synchrotron in many areas of study including medicine, industrial innovation...
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Science & Arts Colliding - New Approaches to communicating innovation Tuesday 28 October 2014

Copland Theatre, The Spot Building, The University of Melbourne

Science & Arts Colliding - New Approaches to communicating innovation Carlton Connect 3rd Annual DICE lecture 6.30pm – 8pm Tuesday 28 October 2014 Copland Theatre, The Spot Building The University of Melbourne Exploring the interactions between...
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Australian Synchrotron Public Event Wednesday 8 October 2014

Australian Synchrotron, 800 Blackburn Road, Clayton, Vic 3168

The Australian Synchrotron creates a light one million times brighter than the sun, to give researchers x-ray vision. Industrial and scientific researchers come to use the synchrotron in many areas of study including medicine, industrial innovation...
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A Berry Good Idea

Berry picking, not cherry picking the science. Check out the innovations that make berry picking a thriving industry. Date, Time and Venue details will be posted on the website closer to the date.
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Building the Future: New Manufacturing Thursday 30 October 2014

RMIT Advanced Manufacturing Precinct, Carlton

Join MC Ticky Fullerton (The Business, ABC) and experts from RMIT University and CSIRO for breakfast at the RMIT Advanced Manufacturing Precinct (AMP). Hear about rapid product design and prototyping using state-of-the-art fabrication technologies...
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Designing Science Thursday 30 October 2014

The Cube, ACMI, Federation Square

Design plays a critical role in a surprisingly wide range of industries. In this panel discussion we explore the design principles as they are used in the animation of scientific knowledge to educate and entertain, in 3D titanium printing and in...
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