Inspiring science teachers recognised by Prime Minister’s Prizes

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science recognises outstanding teachers for their efforts in inspiring students with STEM.

This year, Sarah Finney from Stirling East Primary School and Samantha Moyle from Brighton Secondary School have been recognised for their inspiring work in schools. Huge congratulations to them and all of the winners for their hard work and dedication to STEM.

Find out more about them and the prizes below.

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Space tourism – a launch Australia can’t afford to miss – Australia’s Science Channel

The little-known native foods about to change the world – Australia’s Science Channel

From 3D printing to bioplastic, seaweed just keeps on giving – Australia’s Science Channel

How to argue better about the environment (or anything else) – Australia’s Science Channel

Inspiring students with STEM – Australia’s Science Channel

Shhh! Don’t wake the microbes – they could create carbon bombs – Australia’s Science Channel

How Geoff went from inventing miniature medical tools to running companies – Australia’s Science Channel

How Craig turned his engineering job into economic modelling – Australia’s Science Channel

Tuba Kocaturk – Designing the smart cities of the future – Australia’s Science Channel

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science recognise inspiring teachers – Australia’s Science Channel

The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science recognise inspiring teachers – Australia’s Science Channel

Read about the other winners of the 2019 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science here.