Are you naturally curious? Do you ask “Why?”. Scientists see problems as opportunities. With the right research, world first, life-saving solutions can be found.
If you have been in C3 lately you may have noticed we finally have new fish. We have decided we need to name them. Follow the link below and make your suggestions. Your name could be chosen.
Entries close Friday 24th February
On one of Jupiter’s moons (Io) there is column of ash and gas coming out of a volcano nearly 140km high (approximately the distance from school to Newcastle).
What cool facts about the solar system have you found?
Sodium Polyacrylate mixed with water
Lithium on fire
Very cool idea.
Our current Year 10 students are selecting subjects for their senior studies in 2013 – 2014. This is often a daunting task.
Below is a link to a University of Sydney resource that provides information concerning a range of science related careers, including plausible employers and salary ranges.
This is not meant as a specific endorsement of the University of Sydney, rather providing access to a helpful resource.
Remember to chat with your Science teacher if you have any questions about Science subject selection.
Applications are now open to join the 2012 science club at WCCS. This club is open to year 7 and 8 students who are interested in getting some more hands on experience with science. We meet together once a fortnight after school for an hour of investigations involving experiments and demonstrations that high school students typically don’t get to see.
All students in years 7 and 8 should receive an email with application forms and more details. Get your application into Mr Jackson today as members will be selected on Monday week 3!