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A participant’s take on the NYSF Year 12 Program

September 26, 2018 2:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The NYSF 2019 Year 12 Program is fast approaching.  NYSF 2018 Alumna, Bronte Heselhurst looks back on her time at Session B in Brisbane. The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) inspires young Australians to value science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and its importance in their communities. I was privileged enough to attend NYSF 2018… Read more

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NYSF Alumna Katie Gray – sailing on the STEM ship

September 7, 2018 10:48 am Published by Leave your thoughts

There won’t be much time to rest for National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2014 alumna Katie Gray when she completes her dual Bachelor of IT and Science (Physics) at the University of Queensland shortly.  After finishing her double degree Katie will commence her dream job, a graduate position in data analytics. Read on to find out more about Katie’s… Read more

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Young scientists design cities of the future

July 25, 2018 2:31 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

What will our cities of the future look like?  This key question provided a focus for the students at the recent National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) STEM Explorer Program 2018 held in Adelaide. Over 100 South Australian students, 11 inspiring Youth Advisors, 15 different STEM visits, projects, quizzes, presentations, games, workshops and more made for a week’s worth of STEMtastic… Read more

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Meet the NYSF STEM Explorer Youth Advisors

July 16, 2018 11:36 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The NYSF STEM Explorer Program 2018 kicks off in Adelaide today so we thought there was no better time to introduce the program’s Youth Advisors (YA).  One of the most important and unique aspects of the program is our ‘youth for youth’ model, adopted from the NYSF’s Year 12 Program.  For 35 years this ‘youth for youth’ model has been… Read more

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Stars were out today …

January 14, 2018 8:40 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The highlight of the second day was a lecture for NYSF Session B students by University of Queensland (UQ) Professor Tamara Davis about her global collaborations on dark energy and gravitational waves. Professor Davis has scanned huge sections of our night sky to build three-dimensional maps of our observable universe. In their deepest regions, these maps show… Read more

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