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STAWA On-line Science Quiz

Tesla Forum of WA, in conjunction with the Science Teachers’ Association of WA (STAWA), helped organize the first annual ON-LINE SCIENCE QUIZ. This was an on-line quiz run through the STAWA web site during Science Week. It consisted of two rounds of 15 questions and students, in groups of four, were given one hour of...

Tesla Forum & National Science Week

Tesla Forum has been taking the part in National Science Week since 2004 to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of the role of science, technology and innovation in maintaining and improving our society, economy and the environment.  This is the 3rd year that Tesla Forum is organizing the Brain Break breakfast in Northbridge and...

Tesla Bust donated to Curtin University

On 10th of July, Nikola Tesla’s birthday, a ceremony was held at the foyer of the Electrical and Computer Engineering School at the Curtin University of Technology, where Tesla’s bust was unveiled by Janice Lake, Executive Director of Engineers Australia W.A. Division.   This event was organized as part of the annual Tesla Day Celebration...

Tesla Forum’s Christmas picnic

A photo of the very intrepid and dedicated Tesla Forum members who turned up for the end of year Picnic on a very wild and wet day in December.  It actually turned out to be very pleasant!

New Board elected at the 4th AGM

New Board elected at the 4th AGM.

New Tesla Forum Executive Board was elected at the 4th Annual General Meeting held on 28 October 2007 in Cottesloe, Western Australia:

  • Dr Wally Knezevic (President)
  • Dr Danica Cvejanovic (Vice President)
  • David Sneddon (Treasurer)
  • Smiljka Dimitrijevic (Secretary)
  • Beverley Knezevic, Slavica Dimitriijevic, Branislav Grbovic, Vladimir Jovovic, Milisav Vasev, Igor Jacimovic, Mladen Stevanovic, Luke Sneddon (Board members)

Egg of Columbus donated to UWA

Tesla Forum donate Egg of Columbus to UWA Physics Department. Ian McArthur, Jay Jay Jegathesan, Danica Cvejanovic, David Blair (all UWA School of Physics)

Tesla Forum & National Science Week

Tesla Forum has been taking the part in National Science Week since 2004 to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of the role of science, technology and innovation in maintaining and improving our society, economy and the environment. This year’s “Brain Break Breakfast” event was yet another success and has once again confirmed how much...