Jun 20

2017

Choose to refuse plastic in July

Choose to refuse plastic in July

July is ‘Plastic Free July’ Did you know Australians use around 100 kilograms of plastic packaging per household each year? Choose to refuse single use plastic this July by signing up for the Plastic Free July challenge at www.plasticfreejuly.org. You will receive tips and support through a weekly e-newsletter during the month and you won’t be alone. […]

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May 23

2017

Ocean Life Education receives Engaging Science Grant

Ocean Life Education receives Engaging Science Grant

We are excited to be a recipient of the Advance Queensland Engaging Science Grant from the Queensland Government. The Engaging Science Grants support science engagement and communication projects, events and activities that increase the reach and impact of science in Queensland. At Ocean Life Education, we combine science and entertainment to deliver our interactive marine education programs […]

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May 11

2017

Plan your 2017 Science Week activities with Ocean Life

Plan your 2017 Science Week activities with Ocean Life

National Science Week is Australia’s largest celebration of science with over a million people participating in activities across the nation. What are you planning for Science Week? National Science Week this year is 12-20 August and provides an opportunity to encourage an interest in science pursuits and at Ocean Life Education, we just love inspiring young […]

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Mar 21

2017

Monitoring marine debris

Monitoring marine debris

By Katie-Anne During my time as a Marine Education Officer I have been invited to many open conversations, workshops and conferences, so when I was invited to attend a night of conversation around marine debris at Sealife Mooloolaba, I thought it was a great networking and information sharing opportunity. What I wasn’t expecting, was that […]

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