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The National Science Week 2020 theme is 'Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans' and features the establishment of the Blue Economy CRC. Plans are underway for Diane's 2020 show. Details to follow. Please email with any enquiries.
An exciting National Science Week incursion/presentation (on the 2019 theme of Destination Moon) featuring audio-visual presentations, interactive demonstrations and dressed-up characters including Miss Moon, Polly Rocket, Galaxy Girl and NASA astronaut Roger Houston. This program was offered throughout the months of July, August & September to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing (20 July) and Science Week (10-18 August). This show is still available to schools in Term 4, 2019 and beyond - if you are interested, please email or send a message using the Contact tab.Learn More
The Maths Science Lady!
Mad.E.Scientist (Maddie for short) is an excitable lady who gives presentations to students to encourage them to love Science as much as she does.
Professor Peri OdicTable is a scientist who is most truly 'in her element' when she is demonstrating and talking about Chemistry.
A very bright spark ...
Nikola loves to spark student interest in Physics especially electricity.
A relatively very famous scientist!
A very famous female scientist with a radiant and curie-ous personality!
A giant of Science and a force to be reckoned with!
Galaxy Girl always gives a stellar performance and is universally loved by school audiences, for her passion for all things cosmic.
Roger is a NASA Astronaut who really suits his role. He's a bit of a space cadet but always entertaining.
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|Skype data usage|
The data used by a Skype video call depends on what devices are involved at either end, and on the 'bandwidth' that is available (i.e. the data transfer rate, or speed of your internet service).
Video calls between two mobile devices using Skype over the cellular network apparently uses about 3.75 MB of data every minute.
If you are on a faster home internet service and making a HD video call, you may use up to about 22.5MB per minute.
The below table shows some approximations of the number of Megabytes used for some typical types of Skype calls - those that don't include videos and those that do.
Minimum download / upload speed
MB used per minute (approx)
30kbps / 30kbps
100kbps / 100kbps
0.25 - 7.5MB
Video calling / Screen sharing
128kbps / 128kbps
300kbps / 300kbps
1 - 2.25MB
Video calling (high-quality)
400kbps / 400kbps
500kbps / 500kbps
3 â€“ 4MB
Video calling (HD)
1.2Mbps / 1.2Mbps
1.5Mbps / 1.5Mbps
9-12MB, but could be up to approx. 22MB