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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 TIDE Tinker, Investigate, Discover, Explore NEWHAVEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will be used to purchase a variety of materials that children will be able to use to tinker, investigate, discover and explore.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 15/05/2017 20/03/2018 Newhaven, VIC 3925 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement Three students will attend the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra, 2018 ROTARY CLUB OF PINE RIVERS INC

The Rotary Club of Pine Rivers Inc sponsor 3 year 11 students from local high schools to attend the NYSF Canberra in January 2018

Not Applicable Not Applicable $4,500 28/09/2017 13/01/2018 Petrie, QLD 4502 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement Three students designing/building human powered vehicle for Pedal Prix GEORGIANA MOLLOY ANGLICAN SCHOOL

Three students designing/building human powered vehicle RAC Pedal Prix race in Busselton during August 2017.The event allows for students in teams of 12-20 to use their mathematics, technology, engineering, art and science skills to compete in a fun race on the Busselton foreshore.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,650 19/08/2017 20/08/2017 Yalyalup, WA 6280 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement ThINKER Club LAKES ENTRANCE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will help establish a maker space that promotes robotics, coding, Information and Communication Technology and Engineering.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 09/10/2017 30/06/2018 Lakes Entrance, VIC 3909 Yes
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Wylie workshop: Ideas, community and collaboration. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The Maker Space at Wyalkatchem DHS will be utilised by students during lunchtime and at the Makers club after school once a week.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $4,597 07/09/2017 14/12/2017 Wyalkatchem, WA 6485 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Warren Centre Women in STEM & Entrepreneurship Program THE WARREN CENTRE FOR ADVANCED ENGINEERING LIMITED

The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering is located within the University of Sydney. The project, 'The Warren Centre Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship Program' will use video interviews of successful STEM students, training and professional development courses to assist women to navigate a successful career and overcome gender inequity in STEM.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $211,200 08/12/2016 30/11/2018 University of Sydney, NSW 2006 No
Industry and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Virtual Plant Cell: exploring cell science through virtual reality UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

The Virtual Plant Cell is an educational virtual reality resource being developed by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology . VPC allows users to experience the microscopic inner world of a plant in an immersive way, interact with a cell and learn about the complex processes that researchers study, and serves as a platform on which to create scientific dialogue between scientists and community.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $12,188 01/03/2017 17/09/2017 Crawley, WA 6009 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Travelling Tech Trolley MERRI CREEK PRIMARY SCHOOL

Funding will help establish a portable maker space.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 18/08/2017 30/06/2018 Fitzroy North, VIC 3068 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Tinker Space ST JUDE'S SCHOOL SCORESBY

The funding will help establish a maker space for students.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,500 29/01/2018 22/06/2018 Scoresby, VIC 3179 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Sydney schools weather and air quality network (SWAQ) UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES

This project will place meteorology and air quality sensors in 30 schools across Sydney. Students will collect and analyse research quality data in science and geography curriculum-aligned classroom activities.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $499,631 14/08/2017 30/06/2020 Kensington, NSW 2052 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The St John's Maker Space ST JOHNS SCHOOL

The St John's Maker Space will be developed to assist all students from Year 1 - 6 with their learning across all areas of STEM.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,431 08/09/2017 08/12/2017 Scarborough, WA 6019 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Sims Room - Stem Inspiring Maker Space DEPT OF EDUCATION TASMANIA

Funding will be used to create a maker space that will be utilised daily across the prep to year 6 classrooms.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,000 04/09/2017 22/12/2017 Gagebrook, TAS 7030 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Turramurra is sending two students to The National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF TURRAMURRA INC

The Rotary Club of Turramurra is sending two Year 12 students in January 2018 to The National Youth Science Forum.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,000 02/01/2018 27/01/2018 Turramurra, NSW 2074 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Rochester is sending 2 students to the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra ROTARY CLUB OF ROCHESTER INC

The Rotary Club of Rochester is sending 2 students to the NYSF in Canberra and Brisbane.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,000 02/01/2018 23/01/2018 Rochester, VIC 3561 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Nundah is sending a student to the Nationak Youth Science Forum THE ROTARY CLUB OF NUNDAH INC

The Rotary Club of Nundah is sending 1 student to the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra in January 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 09/01/2018 20/01/2018 Boondall, QLD 4034 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Murgon Inc is sending two students to attend the National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF MURGON INC

The Rotary Club of Murgon Inc is sponsoring two students to attend the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra in January 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,000 30/09/2017 27/01/2018 Murgon, QLD 4605 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Moolooaba is sending1 student to the National Youth Science Forum ROTARY CLUB OF MOOLOOLABA

The Rotary Club of Moolooaba is sending 1 student to the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra in January 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 16/01/2018 27/01/2018 Mooloolaba, QLD 4557 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Rotary Club of Hamilton sends one student to attend the National Youth Science Forum THE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMILTON INC

The Rotary Club of Hamilton is sponsoring one student to attend the National Youth Science Forum in January 2018

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 16/01/2018 27/01/2018 Hamilton, QLD 4007 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport is sending a student to the National Youth Science Forum THE ROTARY CLUB OF BRISBANE AIRPORT INC

The Rotary Club of Brisbane Airport is sending a student from Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology to National Youth Science Forum in Canberra.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $1,500 16/01/2018 27/01/2018 Toombul, QLD 4012 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The RoboRoos are sending 18 students to Australian Regional Robotics Competition STUDENT ROBOTICS CLUB OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INCORPORATED

the Student Robotics Club Of South Australia 'The RoboRoos' is sending 18 students to attend the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition Of Science and Technology) Australian Regional Robotics competition at Sydney's Olympic Park in March, 2018.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $20,000 10/03/2018 15/03/2018 Goodwood, SA 5034 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Business research, development and commercialisation The Probio-TICK Initiative MICROBIAL SCREENING TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD

This project will deliver Probio-TICK, a sustainable microbial probiotic against cattle ticks and buffalo fly for northern Australia. Probio- TICK will comprise a community of beneficial microbes applied to the hide to give a life-long shield of protection against cattle pests.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $3,300,000 24/11/2017 30/09/2020 Smithfield NSW, NSW 2164 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Pesticide Detectives national assessassessment of pesticides in waters UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

The pesticide detectives program will support citizen scientist based research to assess the occurrence of pesticides commonly used around the home in Australias waterways. Citizens will work with researchers from the Centre for Aquatic Pollution identification and management (CAPIM) to conduct a national survey of concentrations of current use pesticides within waterways draining from catchments of varied land-use. The program will assess chemicals commonly found in the home, therefore educating participants about products they may use, how they may enter our waterways and risks they may pose. The data collected will provide impetus for policy and debate to reduce the occurrence of and risks from pesticides in Australias waterways.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $265,113 01/05/2018 30/06/2020 Parkville, VIC 3013 No
Industry and Science Growing Business Investment Resources The Northern Australia CO2 Store SHELL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

This project builds on work carried out by Geoscience Australia’s (GA) regional assessment of the CO2 storage potential in the Petrel Sub-basin in Northern Territory. Adding to Evans Shoal Joint Venture studies the project aims to:
Perform a detailed subsurface assessment of an area of the Petrel Sub Basin to increase subsurface knowledge and de-risk locations within the basin.
Perform rock property testing
Obtain additional relevant data to conduct appropriate geomechanical, geochemical & geophysical modelling
Assess suitable transportation and sequestration technologies based on Shell Quest & Goldeneye experience
Assess facilities requirements, design surface and downhole equipment & determine well number to accommodate Evans Shoal CO2
Produce a CO2 sequestration location appraisal plan
There are several fields in Bonaparte Basin with high CO2 and this evaluation opens up the opportunity to unlock gas in the region through collaboration/investment with other LNG operators in Darwin to develop a CO2 store.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $762,795 28/06/2016 20/06/2019 Perth, WA 6000 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement The National WaterbugBlitz FEDERATION UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA

The National WaterbugBlitz will allow communities to learn about freshwater biodiversity while assessing the ecological state and condition (health) of the freshwater systems they care about. For one month in the year, participants from all around Australia can discover how healthy their local rivers and wetlands are, using innovative methods developed specifically for citizen scientists. This will capture a waterbug inventory for freshwater ecologists who will generate an annual map of river health across the nation, which catchment managers can use to identify trends in the ecological state of freshwater systems.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $342,796 01/07/2017 30/06/2020 Colac, VIC 3250 No
Industry, Innovation and Science Supporting Science and Commercialisation Science awareness, infrastructure & international engagement The Meriden Maker Club MERIDEN SCHOOL

The Foundry is Meriden School s makerspace, a dedicated place for exploring maker learning and STEM related projects. Meriden has made a strong commitment to encouraging young women to pursue interests in STEM through education and co-curricular clubs, like Maker Club. Meriden offers classes that allow students to explore robotics, engineering and 3D printing. Now The Maker Club allows girls to extend that interest and play with technology. The overarching ethos of The Foundry is to empower students to become the creators of tomorrow rather than consumers of technology.

Not Applicable Not Applicable $5,496 30/09/2017 30/06/2018 Strathfield, NSW 2135 No