Queensland's Citizen Science Hub

The Queensland Science Network is a collaboration between the State’s non-government scientific and natural history societies to promote science activities and to share knowledge. One index page has been allocated to each member society, along with a central News stand, Events calendar and Resources library. Most content however will be found on their organisations’ home pages, to which this site directs inquiries.

The site is not intended to promote local environmental campaigns. New groups are added by decision of The Royal Society of Queensland, host of the site.

The rationale behind QSN was nicely expressed in a CSIRO report, Australia’s Biosecurity Future;  unlocking the next generation of resilience:

“The challenges facing Australia’s biosecurity system are too big for any organisation or sector to tackle by themselves. The solution is a united, multi-faceted approach. We need to harness the collective knowledge and eyes-on-the-ground capability of our citizens, our communities, our industries and our governments to ensure that all Australians are aware of their role in managing biosecurity risks and are working together to build the resilience of the biosecurity system.” (2021).

The scope of the Network is much broader than biosecurity, but the principle of collaborative gathering of knowledge applies throughout.

Linked In page ………..Facebook page………..An appeal for resources to add, especially an appeal to educators for educational materials.









Forthcoming Events
all-day Bushfires, resilience and disast... @ Various
Bushfires, resilience and disast... @ Various
Apr 4 – Dec 2 all-day
The March 2022 e-News of the Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium lists eight forthcoming events.
7:30 pm Reclaiming lost ground: transiti... @ RGSQ, Gregory Place
Reclaiming lost ground: transiti... @ RGSQ, Gregory Place
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Presenters: Professor Jonathan Corcoran Dr Iraphne Childs School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, UQ The Royal Geographical Society of Qld, Councillors Click on flyer for more information.
all-day Is Queensland prepared for a war... @ Room 206, Steele Building (Building 3), University of Queensland
Is Queensland prepared for a war... @ Room 206, Steele Building (Building 3), University of Queensland
Oct 29 all-day
In recent years, summer climatic conditions, bushfires and floods have raised concerns as to what the future holds for us in Queensland. Is this the new summer “normal”? If so, how can we adapt? This[...]
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