Girls´Day, 19. Juni 2019
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Girls’ Day at CSIRO Agriculture and Food will showcase careers in agricultural science areas, ranging from farm support over technical project support to research. Dr Sonja Dominik, one of Australia’s SuperSTARs in STEM, will host up to 40 girls from Armidale schools. CSIRO at Armidale is a working farm and features projects on animal sensors, genetics, animal health and welfare in sheep, cattle and chickens. In small groups you will discover how data collection using sensor technology on animals works. You will find out how the data is analysed and what it can tell us. In a Q&A our female technicians and scientists share stories about their life, choices they made and their careers.

Where: 
CSIRO New England Highway, Armidale NSW

When:
10.30am - 2.30pm

This program is booked out
The University of New England invites 40 students to visit for Girls’ Day 2019. We will run activities in field ecology and the laboratory to experience different techniques across a range of scientific disciplines. Girls will have the opportunity to collect data alongside researchers Dr Debbie Bower (Conservation Biologist) and Dr Mary McMillan (Molecular Biologist) and hear about their current research programs. We will then host a panel of broader female scientists, to answer questions about their life and research and to hear about different pathways into science.

When:
10.30 am to 2.30 pm

Where:
University of New England, Armidale

This program is booked out
 
Have you ever wondered what Astronomers and Astrophysicists do all day? Join Girls' Day and find out. The Australian National University invites you to a day full of surprising discoveries about our sun. Using data from NASA's SOHO satellite you will calculate the solar cycle to predict how many sunspots are present that day. Finally, you can check if your prediction was correct with one of our telescopes. Of course, the scientists at ANU will support you and you'll have the chance to ask them all kinds of questions not only about the sun, but also about their research and their careers.

Where:
Canberra, ANU Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Mount Stromlo Observatory

When:
11.00 am - 2.45 pm

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Welcome to the ANU Research School of Biology. Our Superstar of STEM, Jennie Mallela, will welcome you and host a Q&A session where you will meet scientists from across the school, working in areas like increasing crop yield, insecticide resistance, climate change, marine biology, and science education. We will spend some time in the lab, where you will extract DNA and investigate how researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Translational Photosynthesis are working to make crop plants more efficient to feed a growing world population.

Where:
ANU Research School of Biology

When:
11.00 am - 2.45 pm

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The Australian National University invites you to a day full of surprising discoveries about our planet Earth. Come and learn about our shaky planet through Girls’ Day. Why and where do earthquakes occur? How do we measure an earthquake? This workshop will provide a hands on experience of earth science and seismology in action. Of course, the scientists at ANU will support you and you'll have the chance to ask them all kinds of questions not only about the earthquakes, but also about their research and their varied careers in Earth Science.

Where: 
ANU, 142 Mills Rd, Acton, 0200

When: 
11.00 am - 2.45 pm

Available places: 7
CSIRO is one of the most multidisciplinary research organisations in the world. Get up-close and personal as you meet one of the female scientists from CSIRO, Dr. Rou Jun Toh, working in the fields of materials and electrochemical sensing. Experience her working environment through a tour around the Clayton site of CSIRO and walk through the thought processes of a researcher as you learn about the scientific methods involved in a simple and fun hands-on experiment. 
In the afternoon, you will continue with a visit of Monash University where you'll get to know scientists from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Biomedicine Discovery Institute. Not only will you get to know researchers from all over the world, you will find out how strongly Australia's researchers are connected globally.

Where: 
Monash University, Claytion Campus, Wellington Road, Clayton, Victoria 3800

When: 
10.00am - 2.30pm

This program is booked out. 
At Gruen Eco Design you will design a highly energy efficient home that does not need any heating or cooling at all. You'll meet architects that design no-bills homes that are affordable, beautiful and sustainable for future generations. They are passionate about sustainable design and believe sustainable design can and must be affordable for everyone.

Where: 
Gruen Eco Design, 19 Ceylon Street, Nunawading

When: 
10.00am to 2.30pm

Places available: 8
Join researchers and STEM professionals for Girls’ Day at The University of Queensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging. The Girls’ Day program will begin with an introduction to our Women in Imaging who will showcase the variety of careers available and share their journeys in STEM. Students will then have the opportunity to work in small groups with our researchers to acquire real data. Groups will rotate through four of our imaging facilities, MRI, CT, optical imaging and NMR spectroscopy and will get the opportunity to interact with imaging data in 3D using virtual reality. 

Where:
The Centre for Advanced Imaging, The University of Queensland, St Lucia

When:
10.00 am - 2.30 pm

This program is booked out
 
Dr Imke Tammen and her colleagues invite you to discover a range of career options in veterinary and animal science. You will find out about the diverse roles that veterinarians and animal scientist have in advancing the health and welfare of animals and benefitting the community.  You´ll meet a number of researchers as well as women in leadership positions and find out what steps they needed to take to get where they are now.
 
Where:
University of Sydney

When:
11.00 am – 2.30 pm

This program is booked out.

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