What we do

DeadlyScience aims to provide STEM resources to remote schools across Australia. To date we have shipped over 20,000 books and Science resources to over 100 communities across Australia.

The DeadlyScience LTD Charity started after proud Kamilaroi man Corey Tutt found out that some schools in Australia were completely under-resourced, and that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children were discouraged from pursuing STEM because of this.

We know from personal experiences that books & resources change lives, and these kids deserve nothing but the best. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia were the First Scientists of this land and DeadlyScience is committed to preserving that history.

Warning to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders that this site may contain images and voices of people who have died.

Every donation to DeadlyScience helps cover the costs involved with sending science resources to remote communities, schools, and First Nations kids all over Australia.

OUR Voice

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ARE YOU A SCHOOL?

Are you a school? Sign up to our Chat to a Scientist network and book a lesson.


ARE YOU A SCIENTIST?

Are you a STEM Professional and want to volunteer with DeadlyScience? Sign up to our virtual lessons program and connect with a remote school.

BECOME A SPONSOR

You can’t be what you can’t see. Let’s help them see it together.


UNIVERSITY SUPPORT

We have received donations from staff and students from universities across the world. Most notably, we have received generous book donations from awesome astrophysicists Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith (Australia’s Women in STEM Ambassador) and Professor Brian Cox from the University of Manchester. We continue to work to inspire the next generation of Deadly Scientists.


The First Scientists

We are working on creating the DeadlyScience podcast. It takes an in-depth look at the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander science in Australia, and profiles and interviews current-day Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scientists, highlighting their current projects. We are also planning to create educational resources for students with this.


YOUR DONATIONS

Every donation to Deadly Science will help cover the costs involved with sending science resources to remote communities, schools, and First Nations kids all over Australia.

LATEST NEWS

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