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on 12/10/2021

STEM Day Out Nov

STEM Day Out at Science Alive!

Free Tickets now available here – only 1 ticket per school group required

Science Alive!'s STEM Day Out gives students a chance to engage with STEM fields in a hands-on way! Don't let your students miss out on an opportunity to engage with our wide range of science-related exhibitors, activities and experiences at this FREE event for Year 7-12 students and their teachers.

Your students will be able to:

  • Attend two science shows, preceded by short presentations by young early-career scientists and engineers.
  • Visit up to 50 booths offering a wide variety of interactive experiences

If you have any questions, please visit  or contact the Science Alive! team via


Finding STEM in the Science Curriculum Workshops

This is a FREE Teacher Professional Learning Workshop for teachers attending the STEM Day Out at Science Alive (details below). Register here.

Friday 19 November | 10.00am or 1.00pm

The goal of the workshop is to provide teachers with a simple, practical process for implementing meaningful STEM challenges in the Science classroom. Teachers will explore exemplar tasks that incorporate engineering practices and design processes. The tasks and resources aim to give teachers the experience and support they need to plan and deliver STEM focussed lessons that highlight the design thinking required in engineering.

This structured approach will provide teachers with a clear process and a wealth of resources for implementing an effective STEM teaching and learning program.

Women in stem date logo NOV

Women in STEM Seminar at Science Alive!

Free Tickets – Registration essential here

This is an exclusive invitation for female high school students in Years 10-12 to join us in the Ridley Pavilion at the Adelaide Showground on 19 November 2021 for presentations by leading female scientists, engineers and professionals from a diverse range of STEM careers.

Each student is welcome to bring an accompanying adult and we also encourage teachers to accompany groups of students who show promise or interest in STEM subjects.

Presenters and keynote speakers include:

  • Prof Caroline McMillen (SA Chief Scientist) – opening address & MC
  • Prof Lisa Harvey-Smith (Astrophysicist & Australian Women in STEM Ambassador)
  • Prof Alice Gorman (Space Archaeologist)

This panel will be supplemented with several additional leading female scientists and engineers.

Drinks and Snacks will be provided at Interval as well as a chance to engage with participating organisations and presenters.