National Launch of Einstein-First and Quantum Girls

Einstein-First and Quantum Girls are excited to

announce our National Launch!


The Shine Dome, 15 Gordon Street Acton, ACT 2601

The National Launch is an opportunity for educators, schools and education planners across Australia to learn about the goals and achievements of the programs.

The Einstein-First Project teaches the fundamental concepts of modern physics to school students and works to improve STEM involvement in the classroom.

The program is creating an evidence-based curriculum that takes students on a journey of modern discovery. Starting with foundations, the Einstein-First curriculum resolves the disconnect between science in schools and science of the modern world.

Quantum Girls which expands on the success of Einstein-First Project, aims to train 200 female teachers, who will then teach quantum science and quantum computing to 11-15 year old girls.

These projects will enable the Australian curriculum to be modernised so that all Australian children can share our best understanding of physical reality and, through the international collaboration, bring the new curriculum to children across the world.

We are delighted to launch these programs at the national level in Canberra on June 13, 2023.

Biographies of the speakers can be found here (or in PPTX format).

Interested in attending? Click here to book.

For any enquiries about this event, please contact [email protected]