1 Centenary Site
Acknowledgement of Country The Principal, staff and students at SIDE would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, of elders past and present, at all locations where this event is being celebrated. On behalf of the traditional custodians of all SIDE’s Indigenous groups we respectfully extend a warm welcome to you.
WA’s most famous scientist, Nobel Prize winner, Professor Barry Marshall seems to think so. That’s him in the picture, digging up a soil sample for DNA analysis.
As part of National Science Week, SIDE is partnering with Scitech to present two free webinars using Saba Classroom (Centra).
As part of National Science Week, SIDE is partnering with Scitech to present two free webcasts using Saba Classroom (Centra).
As part of National Science Week, Yamilée Toussaint shared her passions for STEM and dance with SIDE students in a webcast produced in partnership with Scitech.
Scitech staff Shelley Turnbull and Laura Pitts visited SIDE in the last week of term one and performed their magic for our cameras. The performance helped finish the term with some fun science.
SIDE was proud to host Nobel Prize winner, Professor Barry Marshall and UWA Professor Andy Whiteley to launch the new MicroBlitz mobile app, and explain why they want SIDE students to get out there and dig for DNA.
As part of National Science Week, more than 1000 students participated in a webcast with UK scientist Dr Chris Smith and BBC journalist Victoria Gill.
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