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Posted 24 Jul 2014 @ 2:25pm

Scienceworks have announced their new Planetarium show, Starlight, will launch this August.


As part of an exciting lineup of events at Scienceworks next month, they will also be debuting the new Planetarium show on the last night of their Discover the Night Sky winter astronomy classes.
The new show answers questions about thousands of years of starwatching...

Posted 19 Jun 2014 @ 3:19pm

Scienceworks have announced a host of interesting and diverse activities kicking off this July, including evening astronomy classes.


Scienceworks' Discover The Night Sky series will feature four different Astronomy lessons, exploring a different part of Melbourne's night sky, taking place on Thursdays in July and throughout August.
Backyard Astronomy opens the...

Posted 2 Sep 2013 @ 12:05pm

On Saturday September 14, Scienceworks is holding Big Kids’ Night Out – the Maths Effect, exclusively for visitors aged 18 and over.


“Visitors will be able to speed-meet Museum experts and discover the maths behind science research, crystals and astronomy,” said Museum Victoria’s Science Program Manager Vera Gin. “Minus the kid factor, visitors will be able to escape the...

Posted 25 Oct 2012 @ 9:21am

That a human being can be so disturbed by the appearance of a creature less than one thousandth of a human’s size is one of human behaviour’s more paradoxical aspects. People will willingly jump in a car and drive down a crowded intersection without giving the slightest thought to the immediate – and statistically likely – peril with which they’re immediately faced. But when a spider appears...

Posted 7 Sep 2012 @ 4:17pm

Big Kids’ Night Out returns to Scienceworks for the young at heart only, this time for the year’s most auspicious spooky occasion.


Big Kids’ Scary Night Out is the third in a series of evenings for legal-aged visitors, and in addition to having free rein of all of Scienceworks’ interactive exhibitions, this Halloween spook-tacular includes a hair-raising Lightning Room show and...

Posted 16 May 2012 @ 10:04am

In 1989, Wallace and Gromit had their very first adventure. Taking off in a homemade rocket, the pair soon found themselves hunting for cheese on the moon. Since then, Wallace and Gromit’s cheese-tracking and sheep-shearing escapades have entertained children and adults alike for over 20 years. Now, thanks to Museum Victoria and Scienceworks, the claymation human-canine duo are leaving the UK...

Posted 7 May 2012 @ 12:31pm

Scienceworks is fucking awesome, but as you know, kids are dicks. They're always pushing and biting your ankle and whatnot. Sometimes you wonder if Scienceworks would also be great with just adults, especially because when adults lose to Cathy Freeman in that simulated race, we can emotionally deal with the realisation that we're talentless losers. Kids – not so much. They take it out on our...

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