Science Events For Students



Science Events to give an opportunity to present knowledge about various areas and disciplines that also features breath-taking discoveries and technologies that have long-lasting effects that form the aspect of Science Wonders. The programmes usually held as part of the Science Events include Seminars, symposiums, conferences, and workshops that also provide training with regards to the evolving scenarios in the scientific domain and the skills required in recent technologies.

For students:

What is science alliance?

The Faculty of Science established Science Alliance in 1996 with the aim of linking the gap between Science at Sydney and high school science teachers and allowing members to tap into the expertise of the scientific staff at the University of Sydney. Over the years we have learnt that it is not only the secondary school community, but also the general public who have a passion for science and wish to hear and learn more about this interesting area. With this in mind, our Science Alliance membership has been expanded to include members from the general public, University community and the Faculty’s alumni.

Our Science Alliance programs cater to both the school group and the public. Each year the school community programs and events bring over 10,000 school students to the University of Sydney campus to experience hands-on and exciting science programs including the Sydney Science Experience, the Gifted and Talented Discovery Program and Kick start Science.

Wild animals:

“Wild dogs are not someone’s domestic dogs that ran away and didn’t come back, although some individuals used to think that,” describes Dr. “Tico” McNutt, who studies these animals at Wild Dog Research Camp in the African country of Botswana. “They are actually Africa’s wolf, and just like wolves, they do not make good pets. They need to be out in the wild doing what they are supposed to be doing-ranging many miles every day and hunting to find the food they need to survive and feed pups.”

In fact, they travel so far that researchers use radio collars to keep track of them. The collars send out radio signals that tell people where the dogs are. African wild dogs are a separate species from domestic dogs: Lycaon pictus, which means painted, wolf-like animal. No two wild dogs have the same pattern to their coats, so it is easy to tell them apart.


Fun Facts:

According to John Riley of the White House Historical organization, Harry Truman was a haberdasher. A haberdasher (HAB-er-dash-er) is someone who deals in designer clothes and accessories, particularly hats.

Once in the White House, each President made his mark in different ways. People called the building the President’s Palace, President’s House, and the Executive Mansion. Roosevelt officially named it the White House in 1901.

There have been many other interesting presidential firsts. James Polk, the 11th President, was the first President to have his picture taken. Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to ride in a car while in office. His fifth cousin and the 32nd President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was the first to drive in an airplane.


In every activity, conclusion plays main part of the entire event. By the conclusion people must know what you worked on and what you must discovered, all these things are appeared at conclusion. So in this you should maintain the things which you worked on and you have to support what your suggestions provided above content. Science events for students are very useful to their knowledge for better knowing about everything.