Students went ‘on country’ with local Kamilaroi man Corie Taylor to learn how sandstone beds were used to shape and sharpen axe heads.
What is life on Earth like, according to Year 5 and 6 students?
Students from Dalkeith Primary School in WA are planning to let extraterrestrial life know as part of an activity through our Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools program.
Our Alumni Scholarship in Physics connects young physicists with a leading research centre anywhere in the world. Find out where this year’s winner went.
Our Inquiry for Indigenous Science Students (I2S2) program is providing hands-on learning for students and teachers.
Discover more about the world of science with our fun DIY science activities, using easy-to-find, everyday materials from your own home.
STEM is a word that’s bandied around a lot lately. But what does it mean? It’s much more than an acronym – it’s potentially your passport for the future.
Put away your books and pencils and don’t worry about whiteboard, class – we’re going online. Science class is about to get a lot more exciting (if that’s possible!) thanks to the new Double Helix Lessons.
Our new kids’ book helps kids engage with science and technology by looking at inventions that are somewhere between impossible and just around the corner.
We’re sending six of our BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards finalists to compete in the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition