Asia Pacific Network of Science and Technology Centres

The Asia Pacific Network of Science & Technology Centres (ASPAC) was formed in 1997 to facilitate communication and cooperation amongst centres, museums and other organisations which use interactive approaches to encourage excellence and innovation in informal learning and the public understanding of science and technology in the Asia Pacific region.

The ASPAC Network
The ASPAC network serves and links its members across the region by:

sharing information on the wide range of activities of member organisations
organising conferences, seminars and workshops for the professional development of staff of member organisations
arranging staff exchanges and study visits to encourage the sharing of knowledge and skills between member science centres and museums
providing technical assistance to member organisations, including new and developing science centres and museums
facilitating the exchange of exhibitions between member science centres and museums
providing a focus for inquiries by members and others on regional trends and developments in interactive science and technology exhibitions and programs
working with commercial companies and specialist organisations to further the development of science centres and museums in the region
liaising with and contributing to relevant international networks and organisations for the mutual benefit of strengthening the role and impact of science centres and museums in furthering the public understanding of science and technology
ASPAC contact:

Mr Brenton Honeyman
ASPAC Executive Director
Questacon, Australia
T +61 2 6270 2811
F +61 2 6270 2808
E [email protected]