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Become a citizen scientist this National Science Week! The biggest science event of the year is back from 15 to 23 August, celebrating the ‘Science of the Sea’.

Discover the science of our oceans, beaches and marine life, and how you can contribute to their sustainability, with an action-packed program of FREE virtual events and activities for all ages. Get access to marine scientists and science experts, share your environmental message and win great prizes.

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National science week - Science of the sea

15 - 23 August 2020

Explore our full 'Science of the Sea' program guide for more information about our exciting line up of events taking place this National Science Week.

National Science Week competition

Get creative and be in to win some great prizes, including the chance to have an up-close-and-personal experience with marine life at Sea World! Express your passion for our planet's oceans and let us help you spread your message, highlighting the need to protect our oceans and marine life. There'll be categories for all ages, so everyone can get involved! The competition will open on Friday 7 August and entries must be in by Sunday 23 August. Keep an eye on our Competitions page for more details, coming soon.

Events

Browse what's on in National Science Week and secure your places now. Don't miss our our amazing online events and activities including:

See all of our FREE National Science Week events and book now!

Resources

Check out our National Science Week reading lists for some great resources:

Tim Flannery collection - books and eBooks
Everything Science
Science non-fiction
Science for kids
OverDrive (eBooks)
OverDrive Science for kids (eBooks)

This National Science Week project is supported by the Australian Government.

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