Games are not normally on the agenda when the cream of Australia's science community come together each year to celebrate their achievements. This year, however, the nature mapping game, ‘QuestaGame,’ was a winner at the nation’s top science prizes. The 2018 Australia Museum Eureka Prizes, considered the ‘Oscars’ of Australian science, were awarded at Sydney Town Hall on the 29th August.
Games are not normally on the agenda when the cream of Australia's science community come together each year to celebrate their achievements. This year, however, the innovative nature mapping game, ‘QuestaGame,’ will be among finalists for the nation’s top science prizes. The winners of the 2018 Australia Museum Eureka Prizes will be announced at an awards dinner at Sydney Town Hall on the 29th August.
High in the Himalayan city of Thimpu, students of the Royal University of Bhutan are busy practicing for a competition that will pit them against their counterparts at universities around the world - from the United States to Australia to the Philippines. But this is no ordinary challenge. University teams will be getting outdoors to discover, learn about, map and ultimately help protect life on Earth.
QuestaGame is inviting all Australians to discover the life of our nation’s iconic trees on 23 March. Gamers of all ages will be competing for prizes on National Eucalypt Day as they either submit sightings of wild Eucalypts, or submit sightings of the variety life thriving in, on, or around these majestic trees.
Birders, gamers, kids and scientists are joining forces on a ‘Pokemon Go’ style real-life adventure in nature. From 9th-25th March, the Feathered Frenzy bioQuest will give players and ‘bio-experts’ a chance to win prizes. The competition is free everyone, everywhere.