Wanna make a short statistical video?

Got an idea for a short statistical video?


The Australian Academy of Science is keen to produce short topical videos promoting science and, in particular, statistics. If you have an idea for a short one to two minute statistical video aimed at public education or topics of public interest then the Academy and the Statistical Society of Australia would like to hear from you.

The Australian Academy of Science has a long history of increasing science literacy and awareness amongst the public from direct communication and public lectures to online websites and media.

In addition, the Australian Academy of Science supports excellence in science, science education, international scientific relations and encourages public policy to be underpinned by relevant science.

One recent Academy initiative is to produce short science videos aimed at the general public. New short web articles and videos are published on the Academy’s website: https://www.science.org.au/curious/

The Academy has a “social media first” publishing strategy with all material being designed to target the 15 million Australians who are active on Facebook every month. The main platform is https://www.facebook.com/AustralianAcademyofScience/ They also publish at

Twitter – @Science_Academy

Instagram – @ausacademyofscience

YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/ScienceAcademyAu

Weibo – https://www.weibo.com/australiascience


Here are some excellent new Australian Academy of Science videos that may inspire ideas:

Neutron stars colliding


Why science matters


Do baby simulators reduce pregnancies?


Australia’s supercomputer



Members of SSA are welcome to submit video ideas to the Academy at [email protected]


For further information, please contact Paul Richards, Digital Media Strategist, [email protected] or Peter Baker [email protected].


Peter Baker

Chair of SSA Media and Communications Committee


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