How do I create a video?
Do it yourself using Thinkable's guide.
Contact your organisation's media and communications department who can help in producing and creating your research video.
Please note, the judging panel will be judging on the strength of your content and ideas and your ability to articulate your work in STEM, and not on video production skills.
What is The World Science Festival Brisbane?
Each March, science comes out of the laboratory and into the streets, parks, museums, galleries and performing arts venues of Brisbane for the World Science Festival Brisbane.
Across five nights and four days, Brisbane comes alive through gripping debates, original theatrical works, interactive experiments and explorations, musical performances, and major outdoor experiences.
Showcasing local scientists and performers from around the Asia Pacific region and the brightest and the best from previous events in New York, the World Science Festival Brisbane is the ultimate destination for scientific insight in the southern hemisphere, positioning Queensland’s capital as an international hub for scientific thought leadership.
What is the Queensland Government Office for Women?
The Office for Women is part of the Queensland Government and plays a central role in carrying out the government's vision for the women of Queensland. We aim to promote and encourage the rights of all Queensland women - across cultures, socio-economic backgrounds and age groups. At the core of our work is the ongoing challenge to remove the barriers that stop women from fully participating in society. More info at https://www.communities.qld.gov.au/communityservices/women/about-the-office-for-women
What is the Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist?
The Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist supports the Queensland Chief Scientist, in their role as strategic advisor to the state government on science, research and innovation and as ambassador for Queensland science.
The Queensland Chief Scientist and the team actively encourage collaboration between government, research and industry to inspire innovation. The team also promotes science, research and innovation to create a better understanding of the contribution they make to the state’s economic, social and environmental wellbeing.
The Queensland Chief Scientist is a whole-of-government position that sits within the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation. More information visit http://chiefscientist.qld.gov.au
For more information, contact:
Partnerships Officer, World Science Festival Brisbane
P: 07 3840 7029