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YOUNG TASSIE SCIENTISTS
SECONDS OF FAME
90 seconds is all it takes to discover amazing science from Young Tassie Scientists and others! Powerpoint is strictly banned - how will they explain their work in just seconds? A fast-paced event, not to be missed!
Friday 19th of August, 5:00pm
University Staff Club,
Dobsons Rd, UTAS Sandy Bay
For more details, phone: 6226 7477
YOUNG TASSIE SCIENTISTS AT UTAS OPEN DAYS
Unlock your future and explore your options in science, engineering and technology – as well as health sciences, business, education, law and the arts. UTAS Open Day includes a comprehensive information expo, course information sessions, tours of campus facilities and the opportunity to talk with staff and students - and of course, some of our Young Tassie Scientists! Find out more about your future study and career options in science, engineering and technology.
Sunday 14 August, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Burnie, Cradle Coast campus
Sunday 21 August, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Launceston, Newnham campus
Sunday 28 August, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Hobart, Sandy Bay campus
HANDS-ON, MINDS-ON ENGINEERING (Years 5 – 12)
Held during Science Week and travelling up the East Coast of Tasmania, students can take part in a wide range of programs – including balloon and electric-powered cars, renewable energy, electronics, electromagnetism and light and optics. Each session is tailored to suit the participating year group. – FULLY BOOKED!
GROTE REBER MUSEUM AND RADIOTELESCOPE TOURS (Yrs 7 – 12)
Discover the amazing world of radio astronomy and see an impressive 26m radiotelescope donated to UTAS by NASA. Find out why radiotelescopes are important and explore the solar system through amazing 3D virtual reality shows.
Monday 15th- Friday 19th August
Mt Pleasant Radiotelescope, Cambridge For more details and bookings,
contact: Karen Bradford, phone 6226 2439 or email Karen.Bradford@utas.edu.au
50% discount on admission during National Science Week ($2/person)
UTAS Science Fair (Years 4 – 6)
Find out what it's really like to work as a scientist! Students will have the chance to work on three inquiry based activities, and teachers will get ideas for investigations to take back to the classroom. – FULLY BOOKED!
Young Tassie Scientists at the Science Club
Ever wondered what marine animals are up to when they are out at sea? Want to know how your body works and why? Well the Young Tassie Scientists are tackling these questions and more, finding out the answers, and sharing them with you! Come along to the Ulverstone High School Science Club and find out what scientists really do!
Wednesday 24 August, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Ulverstone High School, Leven Street, Ulverstone
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Tassie Scientists visit QVMAG
Want to know how we learn more about the workings of the human body? Ever wondered how far seabirds can migrate? Well the Young Tassie Scientists are tackling these questions and more, finding out the answers, and sharing them with you! Come along to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery and find out what scientists really do!
Sunday 21 August, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Inveresk