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Students use tech to solve global problems

25 February, 2021

Robots that sort e-waste and 100% biodegradable food storage are just two of the award-winning ideas from the inaugural I-ACE Hackathon.

Sparking interest in STEM

11 February, 2021

On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, women from the energy sector spoke with Melbourne school kids to encourage participation in STEM.

Women in AI

03 February, 2021

Women in AI is a global network of female experts and professionals in the field of artificial intelligence, aiming to encourage participation.

Hive SuperLab encourages early STEM interest

11 January, 2021

It's never too early to get kids interested in science, according to University of Technology Sydney (UTS) academics.

STEMming the gender gap

14 December, 2020

The Curious Minds program immerses under-represented girls in six months of STEM extension learning and mentoring.

Using VR to teach in unexpected ways

11 December, 2020

SAE Creative Media Institute is using cutting-edge VR technology to deliver an immersive experience for audio students.

Future of work in the digital economy

10 December, 2020

Industry leaders and academics examine the impact of COVID-19 and analyse the skills required to drive accelerated digital transformation.

Digital tracking post-school to measure education success

09 December, 2020

The post-school destinations of public high school students in NSW will be tracked from 2022 to better measure education success.

Free online AI training for teachers

04 December, 2020

Macquarie University has partnered with IBM and developed a free online course covering artificial intelligence (AI), suitable for teachers of K-12.

Monash academics recognised in Superstars of STEM program

03 December, 2020

Two researchers from Monash University have been named among Australian female scientists in the 2021–22 Superstars of STEM program.

Expansion of P-TECH program to address digital skills shortage

19 November, 2020

The expansion of an innovative collaboration between industry and public education hopes to address a current shortage of ICT and STEM skills.

Are we ready for AI in teaching?

09 November, 2020

Researchers are working to determine student perceptions of AI-based teachers, to foster better machine learning design.

Filmmaking masterclass for secondary students

06 November, 2020

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. 

VR a game changer for intellectual disability

30 October, 2020

A new virtual reality (VR) program developed by the University of South Australia is poised to help children overcome learning difficulties.

Victoria appoints ambassador for STEM education

29 October, 2020

STEM has been pushed to the forefront with the appointment of the Victorian Government's Ambassador for STEM Education. 

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