Vicsearch Info has 9 General Science entries
Royal Society of Victoria - Site ID: 129
The Royal Society of Victoria is Victoria's oldest continuous scientific society. First established in 1854 (initially, as the Philosophical Society of Victoria) its aim has been the promotion and advancement of science, and the dissemination of scientific information to the general public.
National Geographic - Site ID: 271
National Geographic's net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs.
CSIRO - Site ID: 553
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. CSIRO manages national facilities and collections that are opened to researchers around Australia and overseas.
National Science Week - Site ID: 554
Now in its 13th year, National Science Week enables those with a general interest in science and teachers, organisations and students, to both host and attend a range of entertaining events and activities about science, technology and engineering. Why not showcase the science at your organisation? Invite a scientist to your place and see what you can learn from each other. Or else just sit-back and enjoy some novel and engaging science.
Scienceworks - Site ID: 555
With such a stunning range of themed exhibitions and interactive scientific displays, Scienceworks is sure to enthral and entertain the kids for hours. Experience live demonstrations, informative tours and plenty of hands-on activities.
ANZAAS - Site ID: 556
Without science our way of life would be almost unimaginable and sustainability of life in the future will be impossible without science. Despite this there is great public suspicion of science. Much of this is based on lack of understanding, but past failures of science to recognize public concerns about the nature and direction of progress contribute to distrust.
Geoscience - Site ID: 557
Geoscience Australia's origins date back to 1946 with the establishment of the Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics (BMR). The agency's main aim was the systematic geological and geophysical mapping of Australia to ensure informed mineral exploration.
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation - Site ID: 560
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is a public research organisation responsible for delivering specialised advice, scientific services and products to government, industry, academia and other research organisations. It does so through the development of new knowledge, delivery of quality services and support for business opportunities.
Australian Synchrotron - Site ID: 561
The Australian Synchrotron is a source of highly intense light ranging from infrared to hard x-rays used for a wide variety of research purposes. Officially opened in July 2007, the Australian Synchrotron is one of fewer than 40 similar facilities around the world. It is the largest stand-alone piece of scientific infrastructure in the southern hemisphere.