Holiday Programs (South Australia) (04/03/14)
During school holidays CSIRO Education offers a variety of engaging and educational activities. Join in the science fun and games and learn at the same time. These holiday activities are for members and non-members of CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club in South Australia.
Faces of Science (01/04/14)
A return showing of portrait photography capturing the face of 100 Australian scientists in Canberra, featuring photography by Michael John Hood.
Marvellous Mums (10/05/14)
Mums are a special part of all our lives. To help celebrate the tireless efforts of mums everywhere we will be conducting a series of experiments to help make mums day a little special from bath bombs and bath salts to face scrubs and take home your own Science 'treat' for Mum. So come down and let your mum know how much you appreciate her.
Discover Wildlife: Art and Science (14/05/14)
'Discover Wildlife: Art and Science' is a multidisciplinary celebration of the art, science and conservation of Australian wildlife. Join us at this dynamic event that includes a program of free presentations, children's activities, wildlife films, CSIRO collection tours, and a showcase of original Australian wildlife artwork.
Why aren't girls doing science? (20/05/14)
Are girls voting with their feet, or is it that they really can't do science? The problem of attracting and keeping girls in science has been widely discussed over the past 40 years.
Matches Matches Matches (31/05/14)
There are 101 ways to use matches that don’t involve fire and flame. Come and explore as many of its uses as you can from match stick puzzles and match stick construction to match stick magic and of course fire!
Girls only Beginner Robotics (24/06/14)
Want to explore the world of robotics, exploring all of the NXTs extensive sensors and abilities in a calm and relaxing environment with no Boys allowed? Well we have the event for you!