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Australian Museum Eureka Prize

Do your students have a knack for communicating science?! Why not enter the University of Sydney Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize!

10 03 17

"Active STEM" Primary Professional Development Day

Come and join BioLAB, Deakin University and Primary Connections for ACTIVE STEM - a fantastic hands on professional development day on Monday April 24th, 2017 Active STEM will be packed with ideas and experiences using integrated curriculum to combine physical activity and STEM. Its all about getting you and your students active, thinking outside the box and thriving in your pursuit of real world STEM scenarios. 

09 03 17

BioLAB STEM Teachers Network

We are planning a bumper 2017! BioLAB will be working with a range of organisations and partner schools to host both primary and secondary STEM Teachers Networks focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in the Geelong region. There will be professional development opportunities focusing on digital technologies and STEM and also themed professional learning looking at the use of wearable technology in the classroom. Watch this space for more!

11 12 16

Surf Science

We have packed up our cutting edge sports technology and athlete tracking systems and gone to the beach! BioLAB's exciting new surf science program has been developed and delivered to students enrolled at the Saltwater Institute, the country’s first full-time intensive surf school that is equal parts curriculum and training.

20 06 16

Sport Science Experience

SEDA AFL (Football) Geelong students visited BioLAB yesterday for our Sport Science Experience program which showcases the career pathway of an Exercise/Sport Science professional.

16 09 15

Madi Robinson: Meet the Athlete

Melbourne Vixen and Australian netballing sensation Madi Robinson was recently onsite at BioLAB to launch our new and innovative program, Meet the Athlete.  

15 09 15

Brain Matters travels to Bendigo

An exciting new program which allows students to explore and test their very own super computer (their brain!) is touring in Bendigo this week.   

12 06 15

Annual Report 2014

Our 2014 Annual Report is complete! We have had a wonderfully busy and productive year and would like to thank you all for the support we have received in our third official year of operation!

17 12 14

BioCATS Match Day Celebrations

Congratulations to Maiden Gully Students Jack Hickman and Imogen Kinder winners of the BioCATS GPS Sprint Challenge!  

05 09 14
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