Science with Parents

The transition from primary to secondary school can be as significant a change for parents as it is for students. As your son or daughter make their way through secondary school, their homework may become less and less comprehensible. Science...
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Ignite your Imagination! Science events throughout the year

Faraday's Candle 25-26 Aug@8pm, 27 Aug@2pm St Matthew’s Church, 230 McKillop St, Geelong Shed a little light on the humble candle; An illuminating theatre performance. More info:http://re-science.org.au/science-event/faradays-candle-2885 Free Range...
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An Evening of Rough Science

In an Evening of Rough Science we will conduct an autopsy on a microwave, unweave the rainbow to make the sky is blue, and unravel the challenges of how to explain Climate Change to your Dad. Join Sean Elliott, a science communicator with over ten...
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BASF Kids’ Lab

Experience the fascinating world of chemistry through simple and hands-on experiments! Run by BASF chemists, these 1-hour workshops introduce chemistry to children in an interactive and fun day. Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 August, 11:00am, 1:00...
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Inspiring Scientists

Join in this careers day with a twist. Find out about your favourite “ology” by chatting to inspiring career scientists and explore the exciting opportunities a career in science has to offer. Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 August, 11:00am–4:00pm...
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Australian Skeptics

Discover the science behind the paranormal with the Australian Skeptics at Scienceworks, as they explain the wonder of magic, perception and illusions, plus many more surprising demonstrations. Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 August, 10:00am–4:00pm...
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ANZAAS Kids Ask Scientists Questions

Sunday 21 August, 2.00–3.00pm at Scienceworks Designed to get children thinking about how things work – not just getting the ‘right’ answer, this forum encourages children to think about the ‘big’ questions and provides the opportunity to quiz...
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Backyard Science at the Pub – From chemical soup to dazzling gemstones

Dermot Henry, Manager Natural Science Collections, Museum Victoria explores the origins of minerals and crystals found in central Victoria. Free – food and drinks at bar prices.
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Backyard Science at the Pub – Chemistry in the Sea

Head of Sciences at Museum Victoria, Dr Mark Norman explores the clever chemistry used by our coastal and deep-sea animals, from glowing ink and toxic slime to warning, communication and the building blocks of these alien bodies. Tuesday 2 August,...
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City Science 2015

Check out the great City Science 2015 events taking place around Melbourne! On Friday 14th August 2015 you can boggle your brain with the amazing science at Market of the Mind. On Sunday 16th August 2015 the whole family can explore the links...
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