Our science communicators are full of super science facts and love sharing them with you all. So take a look and meet our team – you might even learn a thing or two about some very interesting science topics.
Are you reading this on your computer? Did you know that modern-day computers came about from technology used during World War II to crack codes? Find out about the people and stories behind a great range of inventions.
Looking for a cool experiment to do at home or perhaps something to show off in your next show-and-tell class? Measure the speed of light, create lightning in your living room or even make a balloon rocket!
Did you know that someone once had the hiccups for 68 years! You’ll be unbeatable in trivia games after you get through reading all the fantastic facts about weather, animals, food, your body and so much more.
Could we live on Mars? Could we go on holidays into outer space? Learn about our Solar System, Galaxy and Universe and the new ventures scientists and astronomers are taking to discover what is out there.
Put your paper-puzzling skills to the test and learn about cellulose and polymers while creating a giant molecule out of paper!
Check out behind the scenes of Scitech and find out some tips and tricks to help budding techno wizzes or just 'full-time' tinkerers construct numerous different and exciting inventions.
Have you seen the Think Tank gallery at Scitech? We partner up with organisations to bring you a visual display of some of the scientific discoveries and work that is being done in Western Australia. Take a look at what we have featured in the past.
Scitech's mission is to increase awareness, interest, capability and participation by all Western Australians in science, technology, engineering and mathematics