Download the 2013 Science Alive! Program
Download the flyer and print it off and pass around to friends, family, etc and hope to see you there.
University of Adelaide
Dept for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources & Energy
University of South Australia
Forensic Science SA
BAE Systems Australia
Australasian Radiation Protection Society
The Curiosity Show
Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (SA)
Goyder Institute for Water Research
The Australian Society for Medical Research
South Australian Neuroscience Institute (SANI)
Australian Science and Mathematics School
Royal Australian Chemical Institute
bugs n slugs
Nature Education Centre
Elizabeth Amateur Radio Club
Astronomical Society of SA
Nutrition Society of Aust
Growing More Than Trees Project
Malacological Society of SA
Microscopes and More
The Young Scientists of Australia, Adelaide Chapter
CSIRO Education (Friday)/Double Helix (Sat & Sun)
Science Alive! Showbags (Saturday & Sunday only)
Institute of Backyard Studies
Dan Burt the Pianola Man
Australian Dalek Builders Union
Physical Prints (3D printing)
Adelaide Electric Vehicle Association
Plaster Fun House
The Beer Show (Friday Night)
Jesse Deane-Freeman (Friday night)
Deane Hutton’s Magic Show (Friday night)
Rob Morrison’s Jazz Septet (Friday night)
Robotics Workshops (Uni Adelaide & Flinders Uni)
Solar Panel Tours
Australia’s largest science expo event with spectacular science, animal and magic shows and a huge range of hands-on fun for all ages. Archaeology and antiquity, Human body and movement, Energy and transport, Environment and nature, Health and medical, Space and astronomy, Innovation and technology
Goyder Pavilion Adelaide Showground, Goodwood Road, Wayville, SA, 5034
Friday 9th August – 9am-3pm Careers Day for high school students and their teachers
Friday 9th August – 5pm-7pm National Science Week Launch, Goyder Pavilion
Friday 9th August – 7pm-11pm Science Alive! Cabaret, Goyder Pavilion
Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th August – 10am-4pm Science Alive! public event
for more info refer to:
As part of a booth organiser for the Amateur Radio & Electronics booth this year we are planning to be more hands on and are going to have a remote station that we’ll have access to in country Victoria we can us to access and transmit on the 40m band via the internet, which we’ll allow the public to make contact with other stations to get a first hand fell to what one aspect of amateur radio is about.
Also hoping to have some IRLP action going to via the VK5RAD 70cm repeater.
Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society Inc.
When: 4th Nov. 2012, Entry from 9am, entry to sale hall from 9.30. $5 entry includes 2 raffle tickets
Where: Goodwood Community Centre 32-34 Rosa St Goodwood.
See AHARS for full details of vendors present and the generous door prizes offered. NERC and ALARA will provide refreshments.
Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society (AHARS) are holding a Amateur Radio Foundation License Course and Examination.
When, what time to meet and structure:
10th and 11th September 2011 at 9.00 am
AM & PM: Power point presentation covering the theory and practical syllabus with
AM: Revision for Theory exam
PM: Theory & Practical Assessments
Where to meet:
“The Shack”, Behind Girl Guides Hall, Hannaford Road, Blackwood, SA 5052
Sasi Nayar, VK5SN, 0417 858 547, firstname.lastname@example.org
Barry Williams, VK5BW, 0429 825 590, email@example.com
Today was the first day of the 3 day Science Alive event at the Wayville show grounds. I was helping out on the ‘Radio and Electronics’ booth with Paul H, Paul S,(Amateur Radio Operators) and Robyn, and Jonathan from Hackerspace. It was a rather noisy day as it was school’s day, but… I was able to get a little coding down on my Arduino weather station and thanks to Jonathan for his help on couple my problems in my code. After the event finished at 1500 hours Paul S and I went over to pick up a Codan manpack to go on display at Saturday and Sunday at Science Alive. Overall it was a great day and I enjoyed the day
Science Alive! is Australia’s largest community science expo with over 50 interactive science booths, spectacular chemistry science shows, native animal shows, magic shows, robots, circus workshops, sports science activities, giant Star domes, electric vehicles, bugs n slugs, gene technology and dozens of different hands-on activities to engage all ages.
What: Science Alive – 2011
Where: Goyder Pavillion, Wayville Showgrounds
When: Friday 5th – Sunday 7th August
‘Radio and Electronics’ booth at the Science Alive 2011
For more information please refer to the Amateur Radio at Science Alive 2011 wiki page by Paul.