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Explore our range of engaging science programs based on real CSIRO science for schools and students. Includes CREST, Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools, Sustainable Futures and much more!
Science bootcamp is an immersive CSIRO science experience for secondary school students. CSIRO Education and Outreach host science bootcamp in various capital cities throughout the year.
Primary topic: Community engagement
Digital Careers is an Australian Government funded national initiative focused on reducing the critical shortage of Australia’s ICT professionals by engaging with students, parents and teachers to provide information on the different technology and education pathways and to assist with the development of core digital skills.
Explore real CSIRO science at our Discovery Centre in Canberra.
The Inquire to Discover program provides resources and techniques for implementing scientific inquiry based projects and learning in the classroom.
CREativity in Science and Technology (CREST) is a non-competitive awards program supporting students to design and carry out their own open-ended science investigation or technology project.
The BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards reward students for creative research projects and engineering innovations, and teachers for their contribution to science education.
Scientists and Mathematicians in Schools is a national volunteer program bringing real science, mathematics and ICT into the classroom through ongoing flexible partnerships.
Double Helix is Australia’s leading science magazine for a youth audience packed with science news, features, experiments, giveaways and lots more.
Improving participation and achievement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Sustainable Futures is an education program that combines the latest in climate science with education in sustainability.
High school students take control of our Parkes radio telescope, and do real science in the process, with this innovative education program.
Primary topic: Astronomy education programs
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Looking for a phone number or email address to contact Education and Outreach, the CSIRO Discovery Centre, or Double Helix? You'll find them here.
Primary topic: Contacts by section
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Last updated: Last updated: 5 February 2016
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