The QSN website provides a link to the AAQ and other science oriented websites

On Thursday 13th June, his Excellency the Governor of Queensland, The Honourable Paul de Jersey AC officially launched the Queensland Science Network (QSN).

The QSN is a collaboration between Queensland’s knowledge-based science societies to promote science events and activities and to share knowledge. New groups are added by decision of the Council of the Royal Society of Queensland, on the advice of the existing member groups.

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 Astronomical Association of Queensland is a member of QSN, and President Claire Houston and Education Section Director David O’Driscoll attended the launch event at Government House.

About the author

David O'Driscoll
David O'Driscoll
Amateur astronomer with a particular interest in photometry, astrometry and robotic telescopes. In his spare time, David develops and manages websites for astronomical groups, and is the Section Director for the AAQ's Education Section.
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