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Tayla Griffin Reconciliation Message

When I think about being a voice for the generations, I think about my old people, my ancestors, my family back home. I think about my mob, Gangalu, my friends, and my nieces and nephews on Country.

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Rick Hughes Reconciliation Message

I am a proud Wiradjuri and Yuin man, and it is pretty deadly to be a descendent from the oldest living continuous culture in the world! Ultimately, I am just me. I have never known any different. The older I get, and with more knowledge gained, I know that I am blessed with an incredible story and bloodline connected spiritually to kinship and Country.

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DeadlyScience Ambassador: Rick Hughes

I am a descendant of the Wiradjuri people from Central NSW, and Yuin people from South Coast NSW, although I was born on Dharug Country.

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National Reconciliation Week

For many reconciliation is a time of acknowledging, growing, and learning. National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

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#5000 Books Campaign

This festive season, instead of going to the shops, buy your family and friends the gift of giving.

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DeadlyScience Delivers

DeadlyScience has partnered with national courier, Australia Post, to deliver books, resources and opportunities to young DeadlyScienitsts all over Australia.

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DeadlyLabs

DeadlyLabs and Merck will build on the philosophy of DeadlyScience to preserve the history of the First Scientists of this land. This project will cover development, production, and distribution of an in-class experimental kit for children in remote communities

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Build it so you can see it

Applications for $5000 resource grants for remote Australian schools are now open. This project focusses on access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) resources and opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

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