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.
Solar Science (20/03/14)
Join Meagan and CSIRO's very own Dr Glenn Platt to learn about solar cells and make your own Solar Jar to take home with you.
The IPCC report and Australia (20/03/14)
CSIRO Discovery presents the lecture and discussion 'The IPCC report and Australia' by Prof Will Steffen from the Australian National University (ANU), and Mr Perry Wile from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM).
Powerful Pressure (22/03/14)
You use the power of pressure everyday without even knowing it. Blowing up a balloon, riding your bike, swimming in the pool all of these activities involves the use of pressure. Learn more about this immense and very important force of nature in our pressure activity.
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.
Balmy Bugs (08/04/14)
Come and experience what its like to be an Entomologist. Tour our Ant labs, enjoy a talk from one of our awesome Scientist and then come along on a bug hunt. After the hunt we will take our bounty of bugs back to our education centre labs and have a go at identifying them.
Muddy Mangroves (10/04/14)
Mangroves play a very important role in the environment. Come and discover this rich and divers ecosystem as we tour the mangroves at Charles Darwin National Park.