We will showcase the research of the Centre and the benefits of these activities and outcomes for a wide range of end-users and stakeholders, including the broader Australian and global community. To promote the importance of STEM skills and education, the E&E program crosses both general and Indigenous education, media and science communication, the museums and arts spheres, and incorporates strategies to foster a more positive alignment of Indigenous knowledge systems and the sciences.

The program will be delivered in partnership with the Queensland, Australian and South Australian Museums and the State Library of NSW, influential international institutions, media partnerships, science education and communication specialists, and through major events such as the World Science Festival and National Science Week.