GIANT SCIENCE - A DAY FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

It's not Magic - it's Science!

The Giant Science program brings the wonders of science to primary school students (years 3-6) and their teachers.

A range of hands-on activities will be offered from across the science disciplines including hands-on workshops that involve DNA, forensics, human bones, glowing worms, mummies and more!

When is Giant Science?

Giant Science normally runs every 2 years.

2013 Dates: 4 or 5 April 2013
Cost: $12 (incl. GST)

Who's involved?

At our last Giant Science we had activities from the following areas:

  • Agriculture and Environment
  • Anatomy
  • Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Geosciences
  • Macleay Museum
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Nicholson Museum
  • Physics
  • Veterinary Science

What happens at Giant Science?

Giant Science is a big day for the students. It's their chance to really experience science at the University of Sydney. They will start their day with a welcome from the Dean, Professor Trevor Hambley, followed by an amazing Science Show.

Following on from the show students will have the opportunity to attend two workshops which will reveal the excitement of science to these future budding boffins.

For more information:

Contact: Jessica Morris
Tel: (02) 9114 0825
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