Two sciences in front of a television camera holding up beakers with coloured water in them.
Image: Australian Museum

Science in Focus

Presented by Australian Museum

School groups can take a closer look at science communication channels, which include communicating about science through documentary, photography, journalism, travel, web and radio.

Through science communication, let’s see if we can turn science query into science fact.

Students are able to ask a question of the panellists before the event, in which panellists explain their approach to communicating on the relevant focus topics.

Presented in partnership with a panel, this activity is part of the Science in the City celebrations for schools at the Australian Museum. Exciting discoveries and practical science are brought to life with a unique program of hands-on activities, talks and explosive workshops, with a wide coverage of scientific fields and school curriculum links.

Suitable for Stages 4-5. For school bookings only, made in advance. Minimum 15 students. Please see the event timetable here for current availabilities.