Online registration for the 3D printing competition close Friday on the 30th June.
The link to enter is http://theshow.com.au/show-entries/competition-details-entry-forms/technology/
You need to set up an account (or some schools may already have a school account) which is free and then go to add an entry section.
Then pick 3D printing competition and then the Category your entry will go into.
Make sure your registrations are completed by 30 June 2017.
Entries are to be delivered to the Advanced Technology Pavillion between 9:00am and 3:00pm on Wednesday the 23rd August.
Aboriginal Summer School for Excellence in Science and Technology (ASSETS)
ASSETS is a 9 day summer school for year 10 students who are interested in science, technology, engineering or mathematics and who identify with their Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander culture and heritage.
For more information, see the attached flyer.
Here’s your chance to send an experiment into space!
In an Australian-first, the International Space Station (ISS) has started preparations to host three STEM experiments created by DECD school students. The experiments will hitch a ride with Neumann Space, a South Australian start-up who have ...Read the rest of this topic
2017 Maritime Engineering Trip to AMC in Launceston
When - June 28th to June 30th
Who - 12 students (year 11 or 12) and 4 staff
The visit will give the selected students a 3 day of experience on the campus experiencing a range of Maritime activities in Engineering and Seafaring. ...Read the rest of this topic
ThThere is a new free ‘Women in STEM’ program from the Day of STEM platform (https://dayofstem.com.au/wis.html) which is explained as below in http://dayofstem.org/australia/women-in-stem-program-launched/
This program may be useful for PLP, linking with Girls in STEM school programs or cross-curriculum pathways. The producers of the program are very helpful and available to discuss any issues, further questions etc. Please let Sarah know if you would like to talk to them.
The Defence Industry Pathways Program (DIPP) has a focus on advanced manufacturing and design, and developing high-level employability skills for young people seeking to enter the defence industries.
DIPP is a collaborative approach that includes TAFESA, ASC (formerly Australian Submarine Corp), ...Read the rest of this topic
Nominations now openNominations for the 2017 SA Science Excellence Awards are now open.
Now in its thirteenth year, the SA Science Excellence Awards will showcase the critical importance of science and research to the development of industry and our society.
Through the awards, we acknowledge the ...Read the rest of this topic