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Innovation Recognised In Defence
Tenth Budget Proves Labor Cannot Manage Money
Next stop NASA for New Zealand students
Tokyo Tech teams up with AirTrunk to create scholarship for STEM women
Education priorities focused on lifting achievement
Mind-bending maths could stop quantum hackers, but few understand it
How Do Birds Flock? Researchers Do the Math to Reveal Previously Unknown Aerodynamic Phenomenon
UN Women statement for the International Girls in ICT Day 2024
UN Women statement for the International Girls in ICT Day 
Grant to help analysts provide clearest data for nations best defence
Education Minister heads to major teaching summit in Singapore
Rising Reds star realises potential on the field and in the classroom
Program to show students you don’t need to be Einstein to study STEM
From thousands to millions to billions to trillions to quadrillions and beyond: Do numbers ever end?
Silence is not an option for First Nations’ content in Australian schools
More Monash subjects enter top 50 in latest global subject rankings
ANSTO’s international development activities captured in Australian Development Corporation Performance Report 2022-2023
How whales struggle to navigate in a sea of noise pollution
University puts Hobart hotels on the market
Whales May Get Lost In Noisy Ocean
Earth, the Sun and a bike wheel: why your high-school textbook was wrong about the shape of Earth’s orbit
Student Absenteeism Continues To Worsen Under Labor
Spring Entrance Ceremonies 2024
Up and away with the Iowa State University high-altitude balloon course
Townsville ‘Sky’s the limit’ program kicks goals in early intervention
Secondary teachers moving to New Zealand fast tracked to residence
NASA’s mission to an ice-covered moon will contain a message between water worlds
Spring Graduation Ceremonies 2023
Statistical machine learning can find unknown factors that cause disease
How AI and a popular card game can help engineers predict catastrophic failure – by finding the absence of a pattern
Liberals will win most seats in Tasmanian election, but be short of a majority
Drone racer awarded for inspiring next generation
University of Manchester recognised as Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research
Lots Of Fun Planned For Cairns Children’s Festival 21 March
VCE Exam-Setting Process Set For Improvement
Maths and science-driven AI rules aim to protect society | University of Canterbury
One small step for STEM, one giant leap for STEM-kind
How do airplanes fly? An aerospace engineer explains the physics of flight
Doug McIlroy ’53: Applied physicist to programming pioneer
HKUST Holds Inauguration Ceremony for its First New Cornerstone Science Laboratory
From Omen To Breakthrough: Exhibit Explores Eclipses
Numbers do not add up for maths homework
Why making Mathematics optional in Years 11 and 12 adds up
Mathematicians use AI to identify emerging COVID-19 variants
Mathematics In Year 11 And 12
Completing First 100 Days Plan
We’re working out how to solve crimes in space – the final frontier of forensic science
Academy concerned by the removal of advanced mathematics prerequisites at University of Sydney