Holiday Programs (South Australia) (01/06/13)
Each school holiday 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.
Photoecology Exhibition: Black Mountain (17/06/13)
Photoecology is an initiative that aims to bring people together to explore the natural world through photography. Over the past year, the group has explored a site at Little Black Mountain in Canberra. Their images tell the story of what they saw and how they interpreted the place.
Wednesday After School Science Art (19/06/13)
A science-art class that helps young children develop basic concepts required for scientific thinking by creating wonderful pieces of art each Wednesday during the school terms of 2013.
LED Light Eyes Bug (22/06/13)
Try your hand at a little electronic engineering with our LED Light Eyes Bug activity. Delve into the complex world of electronic circuits, lights and switches as you build your very own Bug from scratch!
Rhythm of Life (23/06/13)
DanceKids aims to ignite a passion for the environment and the world around us in those who will be looking after it in the years to come – young people. The Rhythm of Life classes use dance, music and theatre as tools to enable young people to experience the world in new and exciting ways.
2013 Jack Cusack Memorial Lecture (27/06/13)
CSIRO researcher Ms Emma Woodward and one of the Nauiyu Nambiyu women who worked on the Ngan'gi Seasons Calendar project, Lorraine Williams, talk about the process of collaboration and knowledge sharing.