FameLab Australia is organised in cooperation with our local partners. The FameLab International Final is co-produced by Cheltenham Science Festivals and the British Council.
Cheltenham Festivals is FameLab's international partner. Cheltenham Festivals is the charitable organisation behind the town’s internationally acclaimed Jazz, Science, Music and Literature Festivals. In 2005 they started FameLab.
The Western Australian Museum is the State’s premier cultural organisation, housing WA’s significant scientific and cultural collection. For more than 120 years the WA Museum has made the State's natural science and social heritage accessible and engaging through research, exhibitions and public programmes.
Curtin University is a leading Australian University located in Perth, Sydney and internationally. As the largest and most multicultural of Western Australia's universities, Curtin is widely recognised for practical research focused on solving real-world problems.
Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, has an enviable reputation as one of Australia's top teaching and research universities. With a student population of more than 22,000 from across 90 different countries, Murdoch provides state-of-the-art facilities, excellent student services and a range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research programmes.
The University of Western Australia (UWA) is the State’s only university ranked in the World Top 100 and is placed 24th in the world - and first in Australia - for Life and Agricultural Sciences. With a high performance culture and a globally connected outlook, UWA is internationally recognised for its excellence in teaching, learning and research.
Located in Western Australia, Edith Cowan University's world-class research strives to make a difference to the community in WA and beyond. With more than 27,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and an annual intake of some 4,300 international students, ECU offers industry-relevant teaching and research, a supportive study environment and award-winning facilities.
The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAS) is Australia’s contemporary museum for excellence and innovation in applied arts and sciences. Established in 1879, its venues include Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Observatory and Discovery Centre. MAAS is uniquely placed to demonstrate how technology, engineering, science and design impact Australia and the world and is acknowledged internationally for the calibre of its collection, scholarship and exhibitions.
Australia's Science Channel is Australia's first free and open publishing platform for science stories. We work with leading minds, organisations and institutions to bring you compelling science content to watch, read, listen and share your thoughts on what's happening in science.
Australia's Science Channel TM is operated and developed by The Royal Institution of Australia.
Inspiring Australia is the national strategy for community engagement with science, technology and innovation. Part of the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda in partnership with State and Territory governments, its national and regional programs build collaboration and promote public participation in a wide range of science, technology and innovation initiatives. Inspiring Australia seeks to attract national and international interest and take the science and innovation agenda into new arenas, promoting the relevance of science and technology to everyday life in interesting and entertaining ways.
The McCusker Charitable Foundation was established for charitable purposes aimed at improving health and education, with particular emphasis on Western Australia.
Over the past years the McCusker family has donated more than $40,000,000 to a wide variety of charitable projects and not for profit bodies. The family also financed the construction of the Lady McCusker Home.