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Science in Salamanca is about connecting art, science and the community. Student participation is integral to the Festival and students of all levels are invited to become involved through:

Reading about the innovative work of these twelve young Tassie scientists who are not only making progress in their chosen field, but also have fascinating stories to tell.

Going to the Young Tassie Scientist webpages for more information on the scientists and their research.

Inviting a Young Tassie Scientist to come and speak at your school before or during National Science Week (14 - 22 August).

For bookings, contact Fiona Taylor at the University of Tasmania’s Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology ph:  6226 2845 email: Fiona.Taylor@utas.edu.au

Involving your class in eLemental, the science art exhibition for school students, and creating your own science-inspired artwork (painting, drawing, collage or digital image).

For more information, see competition details on this page or contact Kim Menadue ph: 0419 983202  email: jexsouth@netspace.net.au

Visiting the eMerging and eLemental art exhibitions inspired by the work of the Young Tassie Scientists and held during National Science Week and Tasmanian Living Artist Week (see www.scienceweek.info.au for details of dates and venues).

Students are encouraged to interpret key scientific themes, provided in this website, and learn about the current research of the Young Tassie Scientists. Images of these scientists’ work can be used in students’ interpretations. Links to sites with more details are also included.

Student contributions are an important and integral part of the Science in Salamanca Festival.

The deadline for all entries is 11 August.

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