Science at School

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Celebrate National Science Week at Queensland Museum South Bank.

Meet Queensland Museum scientists as they show specimens and talk about their work. Enjoy a range of fascinating science activities, exhibits, public lectures by journalist and broadcaster Robyn Williams, information on careers, plus Free Radical chemistry.


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Science at School – Milton State School

Join the students from Milton State School as they share their own experiments and enable visitors to engage in hands-on scientific investigation.

A great opportunity for visitors and other students to enjoy science together.

Milton State School is creating a Tradition of Excellence with their 'Working Scientifically' program.

This program provides hands-on learning about science for students from Prep to Yr 7.

In 2007 Milton State School was awarded the prestigious 'Peter Doherty Science Success School Award' for their 'Working Scientifically' program.

 

Type: Hands-on activities
Audience: School students and general public
When: Fri 20 August, 10am – 1pm
Where: Level 2. Queensland Museum South Bank
Cost: Free. Bookings essential for all schools and groups.
Numbers: Recommend exploring in small groups.
Duration: Free choice.

 

Supported by the Australian Government as part of National Science Week.

National Science Week 2010