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 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
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
$22,000.001/09/201815/09/2018Stanhope Gardens, NSW2768No
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.
Not Applicable
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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.
Not Applicable
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$22,000.0024/06/20184/07/2018Caroline Springs, VIC3023No
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.
Not Applicable
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$265,113.001/05/201830/06/2020Parkville, VIC3013No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementKennedy Space Station Space CampMOUNT ST BENEDICT COLLEGE
Kennedy Space Station Space Camp.
Not Applicable
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$22,000.0015/04/201823/04/2018Pennant Hills, NSW2120No
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.
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
$5,500.003/04/201814/04/2018O'Connor, ACT2602No
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.
Not Applicable
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$20,000.0012/03/201816/03/2018Coonabarabran, NSW2357No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementMobile Innovation LabsST BRIGID'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL
The school will establish three mobile makerspace/innovation labs focusing on different aspects of STEM in the community.
Not Applicable
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$4,721.2012/02/201830/06/2018New Norfolk, TAS7140No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSTEM and Lost HistoriesWAGGA WAGGA CITY COUNCIL
Wagga Wagga City Council through the Museum of the Riverina is co-creating an exhibition that will present youth participants from the Sturt Public School with a range of historical scenarios. The participants are expected to use modern technologies and applications to understand these scenarios and interpret them for an exhibition. The museum will co-ordinate workshops with experts from the Australian Institute of Policy and Science for the student participants. Other schools will be invited to additional workshops held at the Museum during 2018 and in the summer school holidays 2018-19 when the exhibition is open. Students will apply STEM knowledge to solve problems, and then communicate these solutions to an audience. The disciplines to be included are 3D printing, coding, robotics, animation and website development.
Not Applicable
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$7,270.0012/02/201825/01/2019Wagga Wagga, NSW2650No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementDigi Tech Options- Full STEAM ahead at Lansdowne Crescent PrimaryDEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA
The School will add additional digital equipment to their existing Maker Space, investing in the latest innovative materials to add to their growing Digital Technology spaces within the school.
Not Applicable
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$5,000.007/02/201829/06/2018West Hobart, TAS7000No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementBringing STEM Learning to LifeNSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
The portable maker space will provide all mainstream students and all students in the multiple autism and emotional disturbance or behavioural disorder classes the opportunity to engage in innovation and build 21st century learner capabilities. With a unique combination of WeDo 2.0, building bricks, classroom-friendly software, and engaging, inquiry-based prompts the maker space will make science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and coding come to life.
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$5,000.006/02/201828/02/2018Elderslie, NSW2570No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceGrowing Business InvestmentBusiness and market developmentInnovation ConnectionsCSIRO
Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential.
Not Applicable
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$14,771.905/02/20184/05/2018Goondiwindi, QLD4390No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementSTEM it! makerspaceMOOROOPNA SECONDARY COLLEGE
Funding will help create a Maker Space in the school library and assist school students with their STEM learning.
Not Applicable
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$4,783.005/02/201827/04/2018Mooroopna, VIC3629No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementTechnology workshops for Illawarra public schoolsDEVIKA WORLD PTY LTD
Devika is providing technology workshops to public schools that are unable to fund such programs due to running costs or lack of equipment. The workshops will cover subjects including virtual reality, game development, website development, coding as well as integrating these skills with next generation technologies like drones, 3D printing and the internet of things (IoT). These workshops will be offered to public schools in the Illawarra region on a needs basis and will be run either after school at the school premises, or at the University of Wollongong SMART Infrastructure Facility.
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$22,000.001/02/20181/02/2019Wollongong, NSW2522No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementLet's Dream, Create and InnovateNSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
A dedicated makerspace will be established at the school in 2018 for all students K-6 can access before school and after school, during STEAM lessons (team-taught with the STEAM specialist and the classroom teacher) and during lunch times. This makerspace will be utilised to ensure that all students' love for design and make through Project Based Learning is further exemplified.
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$5,000.001/02/201813/12/2018Strathfield, NSW2135No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementThe Tinker SpaceST JUDE'S SCHOOL SCORESBY
The funding will help establish a maker space for students.
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$5,500.0029/01/201822/06/2018Scoresby, VIC3179No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementSpensley Street Maker SpaceSPENSLEY STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL
Funding will help establish a flexible learning maker space.
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$5,000.0029/01/201822/06/2018Clifton Hill, VIC3068No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementMaker Space: linking real world skills to real worldCATHOLIC PARISH OF OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY ALSTONVILLE - ST JOSEPH'S PRIMARY
The aim of this project is to equip the school's students and teachers with the skills and understandings for the digital age. The teachers are striving to inspire all students, boys and girls, in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. By encouraging students to be creative and innovative through communicating and collaborating, we are enabling them to be problem solvers and logical thinkers. The school embraces flexible and adaptive learning environments at our school and creating a permanent Maker Space in the Library would cater for the various ways for the students to learn. Students will be given an opportunity to think in depth about the world around them and develop their creative intelligence.
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$5,500.0029/01/201829/06/2018Alstonville, NSW2477No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementRotary Club of Noosa sends three students to attend the National Youth Science ForumROTARY CLUB OF NOOSA INC
Rotary Club of Noosa are requesting assistance to send 3 students to the National Youth Science Forum Year 12 Program, January 2018
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$4,500.0016/01/201827/01/2018Tewatin, QLD4565No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementThe Rotary Club of Hamilton sends one student to attend the National Youth Science ForumTHE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMILTON INC
The Rotary Club of Hamilton is sponsoring one student to attend the National Youth Science Forum in January 2018
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$1,500.0016/01/201827/01/2018Hamilton, QLD4007No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementAscham School sends one student to attend the National Youth Science ForumASCHAM SCHOOL LTD
Ascham School is sending a student to the National Youth Science Forum Year 12 Program, January 2018
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$1,650.0016/01/201827/01/2018Edgecliff, NSW2027No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementThe Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport is sending a student to the National Youth Science ForumTHE ROTARY CLUB OF BRISBANE AIRPORT INC
The Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport is sending a student from Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology to National Youth Science Forum in Canberra.
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$1,500.0016/01/201827/01/2018Toombul, QLD4012No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure and international engagementStudents represent Australia at Abu Dhabi Sustainability WeekDEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA
Huonville High School is sending four students to the 2018 Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week and the global Zayed Future Energy Prize event.
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$20,000.0012/01/201820/01/2018Huonville, TAS7109No
Industry, Innovation and ScienceSupporting Science and CommercialisationScience awareness, infrastructure & international engagementRotary Club of Woombye Palmwoods sends one student to attend the National Youth Science ForumROTARY CLUB OF WOOMBYE PALMWOODS INC
Rotary Club of Woombye Palmwoods is sending one student to the National Youth Science Forum, January 2018
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$1,500.009/01/201820/01/2018Nambour, QLD4560No