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Agency PBS Program Title PBS Sub Program Project Title Grant Recipient Purpose Confidential Input Confidential Output Max Value (GST Inc) Grant Commencement Date Grant End Date Grant Funding Location Postcode Grant Agreement Varied
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Calderwood Christian School - Developing STEM Skills and interest ILLAWARRA ASSOCIATION FOR CHRISTIAN PARENT-CONTROLLED EDUCATION

Students from Calderwood Christian School will be working in mini-apprenticeships with local engineers in the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $11,000 02/05/2017 15/12/2017 Albion Park, NSW 2527 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Queechy High School Engineering students DEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA

Grant funding will assist 14 students attend the F1 in Schools Technology Challenge national finals.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $16,023 26/02/2017 03/03/2017 Norwood, TAS 7250 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Students compete in an National STEM project in South Australia REDCLIFFE STATE HIGH SCHOOL

Students are competing in the Junior F1 in Schools program. Students received a wildcard entry to the national finals competition in Adelaide. Students need to present their knowledge of STEM and how they incorporate it into their car through design and collaboration with the community.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $8,085 26/02/2017 03/03/2017 Redcliffe, QLD 4020 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Students participating in Robocup Junior National Competition NT CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS

Palmerston Christian School to send seven students to participate in Robocup Junior National Competition in Brisbane.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $9,680 23/09/2017 24/09/2017 Marlow Lagoon, NT 831 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Where Innovation Meets Design KIMBERLEY PARK STATE SCHOOL

Funding will add to an extension of an existing centre and enable students to participate in coding and robotics.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 25/05/2017 16/08/2017 Shailer Park, QLD 4128 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Facilitate and support international Astronomy collaborations ASTRONOMY AUSTRALIA LIMITED

To enable the recipient to continue to support programs that provide the Australian astronomical community with access to international optical astronomy infrastructure.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $385,000 26/06/2017 30/12/2018 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Dragonfly INDIVIDUAL

Providing research training opportunities for students is one of the Australian Astronomical Observatory's primary activities in "enabling Australian astronomers to do excellent science", part of our statement of purpose.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $8,400 19/06/2017 29/09/2017 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement "Life on Mars" at the Sydney Opera House UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

As part of Science Week, UNSW's Big Questions Institute presents a series of talks at the Sydney Opera House, showcasing the latest scientific thinking on the origin of life on earth and how this research applies to NASA's Mars 2020 Rover project. The talk will involve scientists and researchers from UNSW, NASA and other pre-eminent institutions across the globe.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $22,000 01/03/2017 24/09/2017 Kensington, NSW 2052 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Attendance by four students at World F1 Final DEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA

Grant funding will enable four Launceston College students to attend the World F1 in Schools Final as part of the Envisity team.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $16,600 22/09/2017 27/09/2017 Launceston, TAS 7250 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Maker Space Project BUNDALAGUAH PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will help establish a maker space focused on design and coding lessons.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 01/09/2017 20/12/2017 Bundalaguah, VIC 3850 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Franklin Primary School - STEM Project DEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA

Maker Gant will provide a permanent classroom space and resources for Prep to year 6 students engaging in STEM related activities.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,135 01/07/2017 30/06/2018 Franklin, TAS 7113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement St Norbert Maker Space NORBERTINE CANONS INC

The St Norbert Maker Space will be a student centred, collaborative space, where students from any year group can come and work together to create solutions to problems in their world that needs solving.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 19/05/2017 30/04/2018 Queens Park, WA 6107 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement SUBS in Schools UK Launch and STEM Tour RE-ENGINEERING AUSTRALIA FOUNDATION LIMITED

SUBS in Schools UK Launch and STEM Tour.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $22,000 29/09/2017 10/10/2017 Seven Hills, NSW 2147 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Bowral High School Maker Space BOWRAL HIGH SCHOOL

The maker space will be aligned to a fabrication style space with the inclusion of 3D printers, CNC routers and laser cutters and computer packages to enable their use.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 01/06/2017 31/05/2018 Bowral, NSW 2576 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement PHD Scholarship extension INDIVIDUAL

The scheme offers PhD top-up scholarships and co-supervision by AAO researchers to students at Australian universities who have backgrounds in astronomy, physics, engineering or mathematics and wish to undertake thesis research program in astronomy.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $2,500 31/01/2017 30/06/2017 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement AINSE WISE School to inspire women inSTEM to take on leadership roles AINSE LIMITED

The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) will hold a school specifically for women at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO). The school will be targeted at 1st year University students with an emphasis on women in STEM and their career opportunities in nuclear science and engineering. AINSE will invite a female student from each of its 35 Australian University members to attend the school and experience the infrastructure and leadership roles at ANSTO, along with a mentoring program.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $38,500 03/07/2017 08/11/2019 Lucas Heights, NSW 2234 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Project Community Maker Space IPSWICH CENTRAL STATE SCHOOL

Funding will provide students with a space where they can create, collaborate, communicate and critically think.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 20/05/2017 31/12/2017 Ipswich, QLD 4305 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Mossie Park Makerspace MOSSGIEL PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will help repurpose the school's maker space to focus on STEM-based activities, particularly robotics, engineering and digital coding.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 01/10/2017 01/06/2018 Endeavour Hills, VIC 3160 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement St Johns Lutheran School Creative and Critical Thinking ST JOHNS LUTHERAN SCHOOL EUDUNDA

Funding will assist St Johns Lutheran School establish a Creative and Critical Thinking Maker Space for STEM learning opportunities.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,390 05/06/2017 04/06/2018 Eudunda, SA 5374 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Low surface brightness imaging INDIVIDUAL

Student fellowship

Not Applicable Not Applicable $8,400 21/11/2016 24/02/2017 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Energy Maker Space GREENING AUSTRALIA (TAS) LTD

Run six Energy Maker workshops in two Energy Hubs and one mobile space aimed at experimentation and tinkering challenges with a range of technologies focussed on renewable energy.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $22,000 24/07/2017 30/06/2018 Mt Nelson, TAS 7007 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Maker Spaces promoting STEM Learningat Congupna Public School CONGUPNA PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will assist in refurbishing a classroom into a STEM lab.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 23/05/2017 21/12/2017 Congupna, VIC 3633 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Young Tassie Scientists -Local Science Stories in Our Communities UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA

The Young Tassie Scientists are a group of 20-25 early-career researchers who volunteer their time to share their passion for science with audiences across Tasmania. These widely-profiled Science Week ambassadors focus public awareness on local Tasmanian science research and highlight local career opportunities through highly engaging interactive presentations and hands-on activities which cover a wide range of science topics.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $21,450 01/05/2017 15/09/2017 Hobart, TAS 7000 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Square Kilometre Array Preconstruction Phase 1 Multiple Work Packages. AARNET PTY LTD

As members of the Signal and DataTransport Consortium, the recipients will undertake activities detailed in the Project Plan with the intent of: Finalising the Non-Science Data Network for Square Kilometre Array Phase 1; - Contributing to successful completion of the work-package, the delivery work-package; and - Testing Australian network performance.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $341,000 13/06/2017 31/03/2019 North Ryde, NSW 2113 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Formula 1 in Schools STEM Competition NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Funding will assist four Menai High School students attend the Australian National F1 in Schools competition.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,660 26/02/2017 02/03/2017 Menai Central, NSW 2234 No