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There is a gap among young girls pursuing STEM-related fields despite the belief that STEM is crucial in Australia’s future, according to new research which also highlighted that STEM participation dipped further at postgraduate and masters/PhD level.

Published in Education

The business world needs to move away from the perception that IT equals coding and recognise that there is much more to working in technology, the vice-president of online services provider Cherwell APAC, says.

Published in Strategy

The Charles Sturt University has partnered with the Riverina Anglican College to organised a coding tournament so that students in the grades seven to ten can show off their skills.

Published in Education

Australia’s National Centre for Asia Capability, Asialink Business, has partnered with the Australian Government to launch a new initiative to foster women in innovation and STEM leadership and strengthen regional cooperation.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 08 November 2019 11:26

eBay's top toys for Christmas

Based on Australian shopper trends and research, eBay's toy experts have handpicked the most-wanted toys.

Published in Entertainment

Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota and the Australian Space Agency have signed a statement of strategic intent aimed at expanding Australia’s growing space industry.

Published in Space

National broadband network provider NBN Co says there is an increasing need for digital literacy in the workforce as high growth jobs, such as management and professional jobs, demand digital literacy skills almost seven times more frequently than occupations that are becoming less prevalent.

Published in Education

The Charles Sturt University AgriTech Incubator is conducting a Riverina Inter-School Programming Championship aimed at improving the computer programming and science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills of school students in the Riverina region.

Published in Education

Are you a problem solver? Renowned British visionary, inventor and Dyson founder and CEO, James Dyson, is on the hunt for bright minds with fresh ideas world-wide, and it's not too late to enter!

Published in Development

Samsung Electronics Australia has flown 24 students from South Australia’s Mount Burr to Vivid Sydney in an unforgettable journey that is all part of Samsung's effort to bridge Australia's STEM skill gap.

Published in Development

Aircraft and aerospace manufacturer Boeing and the Australian Space Agency have signed a Statement of Strategic Intent to help advance the agency’s goals to expand Australia’s domestic space industry.

Published in Space

The Australian Computer Society has welcomed the announcement of a $525.3 million skills package in Tuesday's Federal Budget, but says more investment is needed to develop skills in the country.

Published in Strategy

Australia has not yet made the systemic changes required to achieve diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, according to the findings of newly released research.

Published in Strategy

Last week, the FIRST Robotics Competition held its first two Australian events for 2019, having first arrived down under in 2006, with Rockwell Automation's Global STEM ambassador, Jay Flores, attending the event.

Published in Development

NBN Co, builders of the national broadband network, has launched its annual STEM program, this year focusing on helping young Australian students develop a combination of STEM and entrepreneurial skills.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Global cloud software solutions provider Nutanix says Australian schools and educational institutions are increasingly moving to e-learning, preparing students for a "digital future".

Published in Strategy

Australian and New Zealand schoolgirls as young as nine have pitched their apps to top executives and engineers in Silicon Valley as part of the Brisbane-founded Tech Girls are Superheroes program.

Published in Education

World-renowned physicist Dr Cathy Foley has been appointed as the chief scientist of the CSIRO.

Published in People Moves

Mining and resources giant Rio Tinto and not-for-profit science and educational body Scitech have inked a new five-year $4.4 million agreement to extend their partnership in delivering science, technology, engineering and maths education initiatives to students in Western Australia.

Published in Strategy

The first placements of PhDs, including women graduates, with business and industry have commenced under a partnership between the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute’s APR.Intern program and the recently established ARC Centre for Personalised Therapeutics Technologies.

Published in Health
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