The Engaging Queenslanders in science strategy seeks to encourage more Queenslanders to participate in science-based events, STEM activities and citizen science projects to increase their understanding and value of science.
Incorporate citizen science in the classroom—search for teacher resources, guides and citizen science projects for your class.
Watch each award winner deliver a one-minute pitch about their amazing research, from smart wearable technology for those suffering from hip osteoarthritis to the building of sensors for orbiters and rovers investigating life beyond Earth.
Learn more about the new Traditional Knowledge Code of Practice, Guidelines and resources for biodiscovery in Queensland.
Check out the recordings from the Sustainability and Science Showcase to learn how you can do your bit to protect the planet.
Five recipients of the 2021 Queensland Women in STEM Prize have been announced.
- 28 November 2021
Birding through the ages
Hear from a panel of experts discussing the origins of bird watching, how museums are preserving rare bird books and other collections and how scientists use them in their research.
- 3 December 2021
Derrick-Mackerra Memorial Lecture
Join the Chief Scientist as he discusses ‘The trials and tribulations of deploying decision science for delivering conservation outcomes: similarities with health?’
Engage with science
Engage with Queensland Science through social media channels