Double Helix Events

CSIRO Education in Brisbane offers a great range of holiday and after-school science events for kids of all ages.

Kids can learn how to set up a scientific experiment, find out what makes a colour and how they can mix and change colours, program a robot to dance, build a spaghetti bridge and marshmallow tower, or go on a GPS scavenger hunt.

Bookings are essential for all programs.

What: CSIRO Double Helix holiday events
When: 1-29 September, 2011
Where: CSIRO Education’s centre at the EcoSciences Precinct in Dutton Park, Brisbane
To learn more: check out the Double Helix website.

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About Susan Kirk

Susan Kirk is a freelance science journalist, with a degree in journalism and qualifications in horticulture. She has written for many different publications but lately writes extensively for Fairfax media. She wrote a number of the Taste booklets (Global Food and Wine) which showcased Australian produce and producers and even did a stint as a restaurant critique. She loves growing, cooking and consuming food so over the years the interest in ornamental plants turned into an interest in food plants, especially herbs. She is a member of the Media Alliance, and is a member of and the Queensland web editor for the Australian Science Communicators.

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