Tesla Forum has received an extraordinary support for its proposal to United Nations

Tesla Forum presented a proposal to Hon Kofi Annan, Secretary General of United Nations, to establish the International Nikola Tesla Day on 10 July, Tesla’s birthday. “Nikola Tesla Day” will signify a day of science, progress and brotherhood among all nations and religions. [Proposal to United  Nations] Tesla Forum is grateful for fantastic support received...

Tesla Forum’s members and supporters gathered for the 2005 Brain Break Breakfast at Kostas Cafe in Northbridge

Brain Break morning teas are organized across WA (umbrella event) during the National Science Week. National Science Week is a partnership programme between the Australian Government and the ABC, ASF Limited, the Australian Science Teachers Association and CSIRO.   Science Week is Australia’s largest national festival. It began in 1997 to raise the profile and...

2005 Tesla Celebration / Dinner Hyatt Regency Hotel

The 2005 Tesla celebration dinner was a great success.  Around 100  people attended including prominent scientists, local and international dignitaries.  Among the guests were the Hon. Dr Judy Edwards, Minister for Science and Environment, His Excellency Milivoje Glisic, Ambassador of Serbia & Montenegro, and Professor Syed Islam from the Curtin University of Technology.   The...

“The West Australian” – An article published on Nikola Tesla and remote control device

The First Annual General Meeting of Tesla Forum held in Perth

Tesla Drive in Wangara!

An approval has been granted for Tesla Drive in Wangara WA! City of Wanneroo formally advised that our proposal for naming of the street within their new      development area “Enterprise Park Industrial Estate Wangara” is now officially approved!        The works in the area have already started and it is expected that “Tesla...

Scitech Tesla Medal Launch

The Tesla Medal launch function was held at Scitech Discovery Centre followed by Tesla Coil High Voltage Show. The electrical display was very interesting and it was especially rewarding to see many children attending and enjoying it so much.   About 120 people turned up and it was particularly good to see Mark McGowan representing W.A....

“Brain Break” – Science Week 2004 Breakfast in Subiaco

Tesla Forum has participated with other science-based organizations all over Western Australia in the National Science Week events (14-22 August 2004) including the “Brain Break”.   “Brain Break” is a morning tea with a difference.  Science-based organisations all over WA were celebrating science with a morning tea event on Monday 16 August 2004. Even the...