A Science Experience Program

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Tuesday, 01 August, 2000


Making aspirin, extracting DNA, wildlife spotlighting and sapphire mining are just some of the activities set down for the Siemens Science Experience program to be held at the University of New England from 16-18 January 2001.

Students entering Year 10 in 2001 are urged to fill out registration forms which have been distributed to all secondary schools and Rotary clubs. Students taking part will also have the option of staying at the supervised UNE colleges.

This science education program is organised by the Science Schools Foundation. It aims to introduce students to as many aspects of science, engineering and technology.

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