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Engaging science with rough science

Communication × Speculation × imagination

 

Rough Science specialises in science outreach.

Rough Science is a science communication and outreach company based in Melbourne and Edinburgh.  Since 2011, Rough Science has produced video content, stage shows, holiday programs and class activities on a variety of themes in science.

Check out the up coming Rough Science events in your area.

Book a Rough Science program for your school or community group today!

 
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POPULAR FOR SCIENCE WEEK!

The Rough Science Show

Science is not explosions, foaming test tubes, and mad lab coats! It’s a way of asking questions about the world we live in. We can use it to look under the hood of the universe and see the purring motor inside.

In the Rough Science Show, science communicator Sean M Elliott tells the story of what science is all about. The show introduces critical thinking, examines science knowledge, and asks “So, what is this thing called science?”

Level
Year 4 to 6 (Primary)
Year 7 to 10 (Secondary)
Duration
45 to 60 minutes
(Able to be altered to fit your timetable.)
Victorian Curriculum
The show touches on theme in the "Science as human endeavour" across the levels.
Cost
$390 per session (GST free)
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Spring Holidays 2016

Coding, game making, and story telling are all coming these Spring Holidays!

 

Making Computer Games: Introducing Scratch

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Learn programming and make computer games!

Scratch Bootcamp is a two-day workshop encouraging students to make their own digital games using the coding language Scratch.

Mon 19 and Tue 20 September 2016

Make a Robot:
Your own RoughBot!

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Make your very own programmable robot!

Make a Robot is a two-day workshop encouraging students to make a two-wheeled robot, and learn how to control it. 

Sat 24 and Sun 25 September 2016

Spaces are limited!

 

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