Party In Ancient Rome!

After a sell-out “Scitech After Dark” event in 2017, Scinapse brings you After Dark in Ancient Rome at the Museum of Geraldton on Thursday February 21st. Come and immerse yourself in the new Ancient Rome: The Empire that Shaped the World Touring Exhibition of incredible machines, art and technology. With artefacts, models, catapults, frescoes, armour, weapons, busts, and much more, … Read more

Meet our Committee – Dr Howard Gray

Howard has been captivated by the marine ecosystems and rich maritime history of the west coast of Australia for nearly four decades. The Houtman Abrolhos Islands has been of particular interest since his first visits in 1980. In the decades since, through his first-hand diving and exploring trips and delving into the research material and … Read more

Meet the Committee – Belinda Lycett

What are you? Belinda Lycett – Applied and Environmental Science Lecturer at Central Regional TAFE. What’s your most memorable science experience? In previous employment, I had to replicate a mistake made at a worksite in the laboratory, and come up with a solution to fix the problem… (Someone had accidentally mixed two incompatible chemicals together … Read more

Scinapse Successful in National Science Week Funding!

It is with great excitement and pleasure that Scinapse WA announces that we have been successful in receiving funding for National Science Week 2018! We received the very amazing news from MP Melissa Price a few months back and are already madly planning for the upcoming Goodness Festival 2018. National Science Week 2018 will take … Read more

Reach for the stars… Stargazing World Record Broken

The official #StargazingABC World Record Stargazing total is in! 46,345 people set the new Guinness World Records for the most people stargazing across multiple sites in a single country! There was a whopping 62,000+ people who took part in breaking this world record in over 250 locations across Australia (including Geraldton) – What a fantastic turnout! These results absolutely blow … Read more

Scinapse heads to the city for science

From March 22-23rd, Scinapse was “city-bound” for a science-packed two days of networking opportunities, exciting workshops and inspiring guest speakers. That’s right, it’s that time of year again… Communicate to Inspire 2018! What is Communicate to Inspire? The 4th annual Communicate to Inspire conference connects science communicators, program managers, government, tertiary education and outreach/education providers from Western Australia, … Read more

Meet the Committee – Ken Lawson

Who are you? Proud and passionate geek who loves everything science and tech. Amateur astronomer, astrophotographer, macrophotographer, bug nut and storm chaser. What’s your most memorable science experience? When I was around 8 I would spend many hours looking through a cheap and small refractor telescope that had a really bad wobbly mount and tripod. … Read more