SMART: Science Maths And Real Technology

The Faculty of Science's SMART Program has created and delivered engaging science shows and workshops since our establishment in 1998.

Our interactive experiences support inquiry based learning, and are designed to inspire, inform and involve young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

SMART shows and workshops can be delivered in schools, at community venues, or on campus at The University of Newcastle by our professional team of university students, research scientists, teachers and STEM professionals.

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SMART presenter at Science in Practic

Join us live - Saturday 22nd August

LIVE SMART Science Show

LIVE SMART Science Show

10:00-10:30am

Registrations essential.

SMART Science workshop

SMART Science workshop

10:45-11:30am

Registrations essential.

DIY SMART Science Experiments

Air Pressure

See air pressure in action with this easy balloon experiment.

Magnetism

Spot the patterns of magnetism with this easy spoon experiment.

Sound Vibrations

Did you know sounds are just vibrations? Find out for yourself with this easy coat hanger experiment.

Balloon Power

See air pressure in action with this easy balloon and straw experiment.

Slip or Grip

Race objects to see friction in action and find out what slips, and what grips.

Ocean Currents

Learn about ocean currents from your very own kitchen with this easy cup experiment.

Where can a passion for science take you?

Meet current Bachelor of Science students Hayden and Amanda and hear first-hand why they chose to study science at the University of Newcastle.

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