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DeadlyScience returns for the FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2024

Thursday, 7 March 2024

Following an impactful debut at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit in 2023, DeadlyScience will return for a second year as an Official Charity Partner of the FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX 2024.

Supporting DeadlyScience’s pursuit to fuel Indigenous futures in STEM, racegoers can meet First Nations STEM professors and explore hands-on experiments at the DeadlyScience Activation Centre in the Innovation Hub Presented by Blue Diamond Machinery x Toyota Australia.

CEO of DeadlyScience, Corey Tutt OAM, will be speaking on the Tech Talk Main Stage in the Innovation Hub at 11:15 am on Friday, 22 March.


18,000 students attending on Thursday and Friday as part of Australian Grand Prix Corporation’s Driving Learning Program will also have the opportunity to engage with the speakers and conduct experiments in the DeadlyScience Activation Centre.

To further inspire Indigenous learners to pursue a career in STEM, DeadlyScience will bring along 20 First Nations students to participate in an interactive Q&A session with two teams from the F1® grid. This forms part of a social impact activity in association with the Australian Grand Prix Corporation and Formula 1®.

For more information about DeadlyScience and their work, visit

Quote attributed to Corey Tutt, OAM, CEO and founder of Deadly Science

“At DeadlyScience we know that 'you can't be what you can't see', and that is why It is vital that we support and inspire Australia's First scientists to pursue careers in STEM fields, to enable them to integrate over 65,000 years of Indigenous scientific wisdom, culture, and knowledge into contemporary innovation frameworks.”

This opportunity will allow us to bring Indigenous science knowledge to the forefront and highlight the work we are doing in creating STEM equity for Indigenous learners across Australia.”