An immersive online program of experiments, activities, science vlogs and more!
Did you know Glass can take 1 Million years to decompose? This amazing material is durable, resilient and can be recycled endlessly without losing any quality or purity. Now check out how we're using Glass to learn about all things science.Start Learning
Dr Rob uses Glass to create easy and fun magical, musical and messy experiments to do at school or home.Watch
Glass may be everywhere and used in many things, but can you think of safe activities to use in your classroom?Download
From family fun to ground-breaking discoveries, Queensland is abuzz with science, technology and innovation.Plan your week
A range of free educational activities will be run at the Cross River Rail Experience Centre throughout the week, giving kids the chance to learn about the science behind Queensland’s largest infrastructure project.Watch
From a rapid-fire style interview with three entrepreneurs, to our Twitter Takeover and Q&A Vlogs with STEM experts, we're handing over the reins to hear from those in the real world doing great things with science and technology.
We followed three Entrepreneurs to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their start-up world.Watch
We interview some of Queensland's best engineers, scientists, tech experts and outstanding entrepreneurs.Watch
Meet our Inspiring Australia Queensland (IAQ) Ambassador, Dr Ken Dutton-Regester.Watch
Keep an eye out for guest tweeters like the Queensland Chief Scientist on the QLD Science Week Twitter account.Follow
From the circular economy to learning about the art of glassmaking, we've put together some interesting Glass-inspired links for you to explore.
National Science Week is an opportunity to include First Nations perspectives in the classroom.Download
Over fifty curriculum-aligned learning activities for teachers of Foundation – Year 6 students.Download
Jarred’s scientific glass blowing skills are used to develop specific apparatus for specialist experiments. His artistic glass blowing draws on organic forms from nature.Watch
Have you ever thought about how the glass bottles and jars you use in your everyday life are made?Watch
Guide to Life (sciences) is an online event hosted by Alan Robertson: scientist and massive nerd.Watch
Created by the Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist, the activity book includes fun science-based activities for you to enjoy with students at school or with children at home.Download