Our first aim is to provide science books and early reading material to remote schools in Australia. As of now we have shipped over 3100 books 45 telescopes and 45 Foldscope kits plus other resources to over 54 schools with more to come.
The Deadly Science project started after I found out that some schools I have been talking to had as few as 15 books in their library for the whole school!
We know from personal experiences that books can change lives, and these kids deserve nothing but the best. Deadly Science wants to make sure each of these schools has a copy of Bruce Pascoe’s book “Dark Emu”. It is time that people knew the real history of Australia.
Donating to Deadly Science
We have been receiving donations from the staff and students from the University of Sydney. Professor Brian Cox and Dr Karl have also generously provided many signed copies of their books. We are now providing books to 54 schools in 5 states including the northern territory . We are working on creating the Deadly Science podcast taking an in depth look at the history of indigenous science in Australia and meeting current day indigenous scientists chatting to them about their current projects.
Every donation to Deadly Science will help cover the shipping costs involved with sending science resources to remote communities and schools and also provide a copy of Dark Emu for each school and community.
Please contact us for sponsorship or sponsoring our deadlyjuniorscientist awards.