Teaching the beauty, power and usefulness of maths
Associate Professor Steve Sugden uses innovative ways to teach students maths as part of our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
Growing the next generation of environmental scientists
A classroom collaboration is teaching Australian school children about sustainability and growing our future environmental scientists.
Online STEM activities for your school holidays
We've pulled together some excellent online STEM activities and resources for you to enjoy these school holidays.
Virtual stars: Indigenous Astronomy Panel celebrates Alana Dooley
A special virtual Indigenous Astronomy Panel recently took place, inspired by Indigenous STEM Award winner Alana Doohley.
Students beaver away on solutions during Bebras Challenge
We’re inviting teachers to register their class for the upcoming Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge.
How do you get a job in space without leaving your home planet?
Australia has always contributed to wider space research, and we haven’t left the atmosphere to do so. See how you could work in the space sector.
Kids raid caves in virtual classroom
We're using the 3D maps of the Jenolan Caves, to create an interactive game for students to explore a virtual representation of the would famous site.
The Sky in Your Hand
Working in astronomy education and outreach I’m often asked by people to recommend an app or piece of software for […]
Students Served Science on NASA Dishes
Year 7-9 ‘space explorers’ from Melrose High School in the ACT became the first students in Australia to perform ‘real […]
Radio Galaxy Zoo – Help Hunt Down Supermassive Black Holes
Lurking at the core of most galaxies, supermassive black holes sometimes give themselves away through huge jets of radio emission […]
Science meets the circus
By day, Jasmine is the editor of our Double Helix magazines and e-newsletters. By night, she swaps her writing tools […]