South32 and Science Space deliver STEM boost for schools
Science Space, in partnership with South32, is excited to share our recent collaboration – TAKEAWAY STEM.
COVID-19 VISITATION GUIDELINES
While we believe vaccination is the best protection against the effects of COVID-19 as from 16th December all members of our community are welcome and proof of vaccination will not be required but we do ask unvaccinated guests to wear a mask. All bookings will take place online and visitors will be required to book online to provide their details and answer COVID screening questions including vaccination status.
COVID-19 Director’s Update 29 May, 2020
Dear Science Space Friends,
Sustainability At Home | Virtual Science Space
This week, we are looking at BACKYARD SCIENCE. At Science Space, when we talk about backyard science, it is not only in our own physical backyard but in general the living world around us.
Flower Pressing for Beginners – Virtual Science Space
Botanists have used flower pressing for hundreds of years. Create your own mini flower press to preserve flowers, leaves and buds from around your playground or backyard. Did you know a botanist is a scientist who studies flowers and plants? As a budding botanist yourself, it is important to collect as much information (or ‘data’) about your samples. This will help with accurate identification in the future and assist scientists with research into where particular plants are found over time.
Science Space Wollongong Featured on Channel 9 Weather Cross!
On Tuesday, Science Space had the pleasure of being selected as a LIVE cross-location for the Channel 9 TODAY show weather segment!
SPACE WEEK at Virtual Science Space Wollongong
Our special guests this week were just extraordinary. Inspirational and accomplished in their own fields of expertise, both special guests are turning heads in the scientific community in a good way. If your child loves space and has career aspirations in this field be sure to check out these videos.
Build your own Solar System – with a twist! Virtual Science Space
It’s a classic staple of any classroom project – at some point in your schooling, you’re going to be asked to build your own Solar System!
Magic Tray Experiment – Virtual Science Space
Have you ever wondered how showmen are able to pull a tablecloth from underneath a stack of glasses or plates? Is it magic? NO! It’s science, my friends. It is all thanks to our friend inertia. Check out this video to see our scientific magic in action and be sure to try this at home with your favourite adult.