Gallery Back Save Flashback Friday- Science week. facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More Canberra students experimenting. learning and sharing all things scientific. Previous slide Next slide (20/8/95) Michael Neely, 7, who finished second in the Natural and Processed Materials (Primary) section at the ACT science Fair. Photo: Canberra Times (17/5/95) North Ainslie Primary school students show off the "marvellous toy" they invented. Photo: Canberra Times (18/2/96) Members of the CSIRO Double Helix Science Club visit the BFI waste-recycling plant at Hume. Photo: Canberra Times (10/6/97) Students Sophie Whiting, 7, Bianca Polombi, 7, and Emma Carter, 6, all of Kambah- gather to admire Bianca's model of a volcano at the Science Fair. Photo: Canberra Times (10/3/94) Telopea Park high school students Zoe Erbacher, 13, (right) with their schools poster and Nicola Derigo, 11, with the corporate poster at their launch for the Australian Science Festival. Photo: Canberra Times (18/1/94) Helen Barclay, 8, of Kambah (left) and Cassy Harris, 8, also of Kambah help Jenny Dettrick blow up a scientific dust storm at the Questacon science circus being held in Henry's Family restaurant at the Southern Cross club during their school holidays. Photo: Canberra Times (28/9/93) BHP science award nominee Tim Ballantyne from Telopea Park School conducted experiments on stains and stain removal. Photo: Canberra Times (24/6/92) David Embury, 9, at the North Ainslie sound and light show checks out the display of rainbows, kaleidoscopes and pyramids of light. Photo: Canberra Times (27/11/90) Year 10 students Miles Yeates (left) and Nicholas Forde at work in the science labratory. Photo: Canberra Times (30/10/91) Bruce Johnson, 10, of Lyneham Primary school produces a massive bubble. Photo: Canberra Times (15/8/90) Exhibitor and Majura Park Primary school student Joel Hissink,11, inspects a solar cooker made by six-year old Matthew Campbell of Melba Primary school. Photo: Canberra Times (17/10/90) Sam Georges ,5, of Macquarie speaks into a tin can telephone. Photo: Canberra Times (17/10/90) Sally McIntyre ,5, of Macquarie listens into a tin can telephone. Photo: Canberra Times (24/7/90) Six year old Caitlin Holt makes a silhouette of a butterfly during an experiment involving light and shadow at Latham Primary school. Photo: Canberra Times (19/6/84) Fiona-Jane Walker, 13, of Warramanga and Anthony Muckle,13, of Wanniassa, examine a set of chimes, one of the more than 500 exhibits at the Padua Catholic High schools science fair. Photo: Canberra Times (16/10/79) Melrose High school year 8 science class. Craig Smith, 13, dissolves some alum crystals, he is being helped by science teacher Brenton Honeyman. Photo: Canberra Times (17/9/79) A proton generator built by three students of Marist college attracts the attention of sisters Anna,8, and Lisa Cristofaro, 12, of Pearce, at a display in Woden Plaza of entries in the 1979 ACT Science and Inventors Fair. Photo: Canberra Times (14/10/86) Red Hill Primary school students study magnification as part of National Science week activities. Photo: Canberra Times (3/11/92) Eleven year olds Sonia Dimitriadis(left) and Serin Dabb, and the Director of the CSIRO Double Helix science club Ross Kingsland, work on a house of the future at the Red Hill Primary School. Photo: Canberra Times (7/7/93) Jeremy Gleeson of Lyneham high school was among the students who took part in the National worm survey "Earthworms downunder". Photo: Canberra Times (16/5/95) Linda Nguyen (left) Jaala Stanley, Kate Hawes and Michelle Gartshore of Holy Familt School in Gowrie checked out a tornado tube which highlighted just how kinetic energy works at the National Convention Centre. Photo: Canberra Times news. Flashback Friday SCIENCE Week (12/5/95) Adriana Allen, 11, tries out Spaceballl, a manually operated gyroscope at the Science festival. Canberra Times photo. Photo: Karleen Minney (14/4/97) Mara Cohen hard at work on her electric circuit board. Photo: Canberra Times (8/12/96) Chris Carpenter, the overall winner of the 1996 Junior Inventors competition with his bore pump. Photo: Canberra Times (24/10/87) Melba High school student Stephen Diamond and his ingenious invention. Photo: Canberra Times of More Galleries Previous Next New Northbourne avenue trees arrive. BBen Quilty "The longest war" at the War Memorial Orexi by Baxevanis, the new Restaurant at Canberra's Hellenic Club Miss Ink competition to be held in Canberra. The National Portrait Gallery unveils a new portrait of dance legend. The Scott 24hr mountain bike race Braidwood Open Gardens- Millpond Farm. ACT Olympians and Paralympians officially welcomed back to Canberra.