Updated: May 12, 2021
The Western Australian Coordinating Committee is delighted to announce its small grant recipients for National Science Week WA 2021.
We were thrilled with the creativity and ingenuity of the proposed initiatives, and it was a very tough process deciding who would receive funding.
This year, we awarded almost $35,000 in grant funding to 17 successful applicants from regional and remote locations across WA.
The map right shows the geographic spread of funded events around the state.
Congratulations to our recipients!
Shire of Nannup Blending Science and Gardening
Nyabing Primary School Nyabing Paddock to Plate
QDM Lab, University of Western Australia Quantum Road Trip
Mukinbudin DHS Fervor- Food Experience
Broome Public Library Greg Quicke - Astronomer and Author
Katanning Landcare Who's Singing Underwater?
Westonia Community Resource Centre Scitech to the Wheatbelt
South West Science Council Environment and Sustainability Science Expo
Geraldton Community Toy Library Inc Tiny Scientists Event
Museum of the Goldfields Science Night at the Museum
Shire of Kondinin Under the Milky Way at Wave Rock
Shire Of Upper Gascoyne Star Gazing at the Junction
Dawul Remote Community School RCS STEM Showcase
Dandaragan Primary School Community STEM Project
Hopetoun Community Resource Centre Food for Thought: Paddock, Patch, Plate
Shire of Esperance Grow Esperance Green Seed Library
Yongergnow-Ongerup CRC Nature is a Fowl Play(ground)