It's never too early to get kids interested in science, according to University of Technology Sydney (UTS) academics.
The Curious Minds program immerses under-represented girls in six months of STEM extension learning and mentoring.
SAE Creative Media Institute is using cutting-edge VR technology to deliver an immersive experience for audio students.
Industry leaders and academics examine the impact of COVID-19 and analyse the skills required to drive accelerated digital transformation.
The post-school destinations of public high school students in NSW will be tracked from 2022 to better measure education success.
Macquarie University has partnered with IBM and developed a free online course covering artificial intelligence (AI), suitable for teachers of K-12.
Two researchers from Monash University have been named among Australian female scientists in the 2021–22 Superstars of STEM program.
The expansion of an innovative collaboration between industry and public education hopes to address a current shortage of ICT and STEM skills.
Researchers are working to determine student perceptions of AI-based teachers, to foster better machine learning design.
A new youth program has been developed by the South Australian Government to give budding filmmakers the chance to connect with the state's burgeoning film industry.
A new virtual reality (VR) program developed by the University of South Australia is poised to help children overcome learning difficulties.
STEM has been pushed to the forefront with the appointment of the Victorian Government's Ambassador for STEM Education.
The Future Minds Accelerator has taken future skills courses to K-12 students and educators in regional WA.
New research shows students underestimate the negative impact of simultaneous electronic device use while learning.
A new review says there is potential for machine learning to revolutionise the assessment aspect of science education