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Maths and photography combine in 2020 scienceXart schools competition
Visualizations that intuitively and accurately reflect data
COVID-19 vaccine alternative protein and unlocking Northern Australia celebrated at CSIRO awards
School Banking Programs To Be Banned
Swinburne partners with Mathspace to facilitate KIOSC Theta World Competition
How to overcome water challenges in agriculture
New café and kitchen facilities completed at Darling Range Sports College
Prof. PONG Ting-Chuen Appointed as VP
National recognition for WEHI bioinformatics researchers
CSIROs Indigenous STEM Education Project awarded Eureka Prize for STEM Inclusion
First school inducted into Hall of Fame at Governor’s School STEM Awards
STA announces new President-elect and Executive
Researchers design new software to automate traffic surveys
New Monash program offers work-while-you learn opportunity for aspiring teachers
NSW Government backs unique NUW Energy project by three of Australia’s leading universities
Four Newcastle researchers selected for funding boost
Students recognised with ADF Future Innovators Award
Researchers on list of world’s most influential
STEM grants to benefit students and nation
National supplies of protein, carbs and fats may predict your lifespan
Forrest Research Foundation supports new discoveries
Sydney’s newest museum opens
Release of 2019 Defence Census results
Architect appointed for job-creating $32m Carine Senior High School redevelopment
Pandemic widens gap between government and Australians view of education
Don’t be a HAAS-been, HSC leavers
Community groups share $50,000 in funding
Researchers awarded $3.85million in Marsden Funding for ground-breaking projects
That’s a Wrap: Protein ‘Burritos’ Stabilize Vaccines
$84m to support research in science
Swinburne and Clontarf Foundation partnership creates gameplan for Indigenous boys
New report finds data science a key growth industry for WA
Tasmanian STEM leaders honoured at awards ceremony
Dr Cathy Foley to be Australia’s next Chief Scientist
Leverhulme prize awarded to leading expert in philosophy of pregnancy, birth and early motherhood
Innovative research at TU/e rewarded with four Vidi grants
New facilities to put Mount Lawley students at cutting edge
Supporting TCE students as they prepare for end of year exams and assessments
Searchable STEM Women database increases representation of women
New initiative inspires girls to see a future in STEM
Investing in early career researchers
Watt Webb, biological imaging techniques pioneer, dies
Microfluidics Helps Engineers Watch Viral Infection in Real Time
Student entrepreneurs secure £100k in ‘Dragon’ investments
Supporting girls to see a future in STEM
Inspiring educator leads school to top honours in STEM
Southampton Professor shares in Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize
Hybrid remote learning models still needed post-pandemic