Grants listing - 2017/18

All grants listed below were 'executed' within the financial year for 2017/18. Grants are sorted in descending order of their commencement date.

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Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementUrangan School is sending students to Canberra to engage in STEM activitiesURANGAN STATE HIGH SCHOOL
Urangan SHS is sending 50 students to Canberra to engage in STEM related activities by visiting Questacon, Deep Space Communication Complex, AIS and National Zoo.
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$20,000.0017/10/201823/10/2018Urangan, QLD4655No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementStudents from Bede Polding will attend the 2018 Space Camp USACATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA
Students from Bede Polding will attend the 2018 Space Camp USA
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
$22,000.003/10/201814/10/2018South Windsor, NSW2756No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementCerdon College is sending one student to Space Camp USA 2018CATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA
Cerdon College is sending one student to Space Camp USA 2018.
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$5,500.003/10/201814/10/2018Merrylands West, NSW2160No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementRiverbank Public School students will attend Space Camp USANSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
Riverbank Public School students will attend Space Camp USA in Huntsville AL, USA.
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$20,000.002/10/201815/10/2018The Ponds, NSW2769No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementLoreto Ballarat Limited is taking 20 students to NASA space campLORETO BALLARAT LIMITED
Loreto Ballarat Limited is taking 20 students to NASA space camp in Huntsville Alabama.
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$22,000.0022/09/20186/10/2018Ballarat, VIC3350No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementMater Dei College students go to USA Space Camp and Education TourMATER DEI COLLEGE
Mater Dei College is sending a group of 20-30 students to the EDU School Tours Space Camp/STEM Tour in to the USA.
Not Applicable
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$22,000.0021/09/20186/10/2018Edgewater, WA6027No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSt Marks College 2018 Space Academy USACATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA
St Marks College 2018 Space Academy USA
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$22,000.001/09/201815/09/2018Stanhope Gardens, NSW2768No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSanta Sophia - Four students will attend the 2018 Space AcademyCATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA
Santa Sophia - Four students will attend the 2018 Space Academy USA.
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$22,000.001/09/201814/09/2018Schofields, NSW2762No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementBeaconsfield State School: Country to the CoastBEACONSFIELD STATE SCHOOL
Beaconsfield State School: Country to the Coast - rural students attend the Sydney Science Festival.
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$18,000.006/08/201810/08/2018Beaconsfield, QLD4740No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementStudents present bridge design at theAurecon Bridge BuildingNSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
Grant Funding will assist three Bellingen High School students to participate at the Aurecon Bridge Building Competition in Sydney during August 2018.
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$3,018.002/08/20182/08/2018Sydney, NSW2000No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementSTEM experience at NASACATHOLIC REGIONAL COLLEGE CAROLINE SPRINGS
Grant funding will assist 30 year 9 students to attend NASA Space Trek Advanced International camp in USA.
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$22,000.0024/06/20184/07/2018Caroline Springs, VIC3023No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementEmmaus Catholic College is sending two teams of seven students to Knoxville USCATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE DIOCESE OF PARRAMATTA
Emmaus Catholic College is sending two teams of seven students to Knoxville Tennessee USA to represent Australia at the Destination Imagination Global Finals 2018.
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$22,000.0020/05/201829/05/2018Kemps Creek, NSW2178No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementStudents will present their discoveries in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, USSCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF NEWSOUTH WALES INC
9 Students will present their discoveries at an international science fair in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, US.
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$22,000.0012/05/201818/05/2018Strathfield, NSW2135No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementThe Pesticide Detectives national assessassessment of pesticides in watersUNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
The pesticide detectives program will support citizen scientist based research to assess the occurrence of pesticides commonly used around the home in Australias waterways. Citizens will work with researchers from the Centre for Aquatic Pollution identification and management (CAPIM) to conduct a national survey of concentrations of current use pesticides within waterways draining from catchments of varied land-use. The program will assess chemicals commonly found in the home, therefore educating participants about products they may use, how they may enter our waterways and risks they may pose. The data collected will provide impetus for policy and debate to reduce the occurrence of and risks from pesticides in Australias waterways.
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$265,113.001/05/201830/06/2020Parkville, VIC3013No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSciScouts: EngineeringTHE SCOUT ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA ACT BRANCH INCORPORATED
Scouts ACT, Engineers Australia and ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science will deliver a SciScouts: Engineering Extravaganza in August 2018 at Melrose High School ACE Science Centre. Workshops and exhibitors fair will include: mousetrap racers, straw towers, geodesic domes, spaghetti towers, disc hovercrafts, construction, sustainability and engineering of flight. A satellite event - SciScouts: Engineering workshops will also be held during first week of October for 100 rural/remote Lone Scouts from across NSW during their annual camp at Camp Canobolas near Orange. Younger Joey Scouts (age 6-7) will also participate in engineering activities during their annual gathering in November. The ANU CECS will also run a series of their outreach workshops over the 12 months.
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$14,850.001/05/20181/05/2019Garran, ACT2605No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementKennedy Space Station Space CampMOUNT ST BENEDICT COLLEGE
Kennedy Space Station Space Camp.
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$22,000.0015/04/201823/04/2018Pennant Hills, NSW2120No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSt John the Apostle Catholic Parish School Year 6-7 STEM Trip to QuestaconST JOHN THE APOSTLE CHRISTIES BEACH PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
St John The Apostle Catholic Parish School (St Johns) is sending sixty senior primary school students in years 6 and 7 to Questacon in Canberra for immersion in STEM activities at nationally significant public institutions over 4 days.
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$22,000.009/04/201812/04/2018Christies Beach, SA5165No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementHomeschool student obtains STEM practical laboratory skillsTHE TRUSTEE FOR THALIA GREINKE EDUCATION TRUST
Intensive science engagement practicals in Chemistry and Physics at Greene's Tutorial College, Oxford England.
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$5,500.003/04/201814/04/2018O'Connor, ACT2602No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagement3 students and a mentor will be presenting at the TYE Global Finals in Washington DCTIE MELBOURNE INC
3 students and a mentor will be visiting the Silicon Valley, California and presenting at the TYE Global Finals in Washington DC in June 2018.
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$15,000.003/04/201830/06/2018Melbourne, VIC3000No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementArmadale Senior High School compete in the South Pacific Regional First Robotics Competition in SydneyDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Armadale Senior High School compete in the South Pacific Regional First Robotics Competition in Sydney.
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$16,500.0016/03/201818/03/2018Armidale, WA6112No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementFIRST Robotics Competition SydneyCOONABARABRAN HIGH SCHOOL
Grant funding will assist 20 Coonabarabran High School students to attend the FIRST Robotics Competition in Sydney in March 2018.
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$20,000.0012/03/201816/03/2018Coonabarabran, NSW2357No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementCecil Andrews College is sending 14 students the FIRST Robotics CompetitionDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Cecil Andrews College is sending 14 students the FIRST Robotics Competition which is the flagship competition of FIRST.
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$20,000.0010/03/201819/03/2018Seville Grove, WA6112No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementThe RoboRoos are sending 18 students to Australian Regional Robotics CompetitionSTUDENT ROBOTICS CLUB OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INCORPORATED
the Student Robotics Club Of South Australia  'The RoboRoos' is sending 18 students to attend the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition Of Science and Technology) Australian Regional Robotics competition at Sydney's Olympic Park in March, 2018.
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$20,000.0010/03/201815/03/2018Goodwood, SA5034No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementTumut High School will send five students to the National F1 in Schools FinalsNSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
Tumut High School will be sending five students to the National F1 in Schools finals held in Tasmania in 2018.
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$7,500.005/03/20189/03/2018South Launceston, TAS7249No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementBroader Learning's Student Maker ProjectsBROADER HORIZONS GROUP PTY LTD
Broader Learning's Student Maker Projects will provide high school students from across the Newcastle region with the means and guidance to create amazing STEM projects. Possible ideas include custom vending machine, and a billy cart with electronic control systems. Four groups of five students will work with a Broader Learning project mentor over 20 weeks to build their STEM project incorporating hardware and software. These projects will be then exhibited and demonstrated at Newcastle Museum to promote STEM more broadly. Primary and high school students and schools from across Australia will also be able to access the online project logbooks, guides, videos and instructions in order to recreate, remix or create their own STEM maker projects with the Broader Learning Student Maker Projects as reference or inspiration.
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$7,500.005/03/201812/11/2018Carrington, NSW2294No