The AG Society Blog: Science IS an adventure

In August the AG Society will take part in the biggest Science Week event for school kids in Australia. Science in the City at the Australian Museum aims to promote science in new and exciting ways to thousands of school kids from primary to high school.

And have we got a surprise for them!

By Kylie Piper November 7, 2013 Reading Time: < 1

In August the AG Society will take part in the biggest Science Week event for school kids in Australia. Science in the City at the Australian Museum aims to promote science in new and exciting ways to thousands of school kids from primary to high school.

And have we got a surprise for them!

Today I sat down and nutted out the finer details of our exhibition booth which will see science take to the skies. The AG Society’s wonderful intern Jess Burt has been hard at work seeking permission from our adventurers to use some of their coolest equipment. Our aim is to show kids that science doesn’t have to be all lab coats and microscopes but can take you places neither you nor anyone else had ever dreamed!

We’re out to prove that without science Chris & Clark wouldn’t have made it across Victoria Island and Glenn & Heather would never have been able to attempt the world’s longest flight.

Over 50% of all of the Society’s funds goes to science and conservation projects around Australia. But without science our adventurers couldn’t succeed either.

As I said in my first blog, adventure is everywhere…but so is science!

For more information, check out the Science in the City website.

Whats next?
More AG Society Blogs.
More Society sponsorships.