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The James Dyson Award is an incredible global incubator of engineering and design talent, starting 14 years ago and bringing forth incredible innovation from students, with this year's Australian winner now set to compete in the international finals.

Published in Development

CareMonkey delivers offline access, display, speed and user experience improvements with new version of its Android and Apple mobile apps

Thursday, 27 September 2012 12:44

Brogrammers win regional programming contest

A team of students from the University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies and Faculty of Science has won the South Pacific Regional Collegiate Programming Contest.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 29 September 2011 16:15

IIM A successfully hosts Entrepreneurship Fair 2011

IIM-Ahmedabad successfully held an Entre Fair on 25th September 2011, for the second year running. This year we had 18 firms visiting campus, and saw over 400 students from 34 other B-schools registering for the event. The event was a great success with all students getting a chance to network with key decision makers in startup ventures.

4PSA has recently announced the opening of its 2011 Cool Summer Internship Program, offering graduates and undergraduates the opportunity to start a promising career within a leading professional environment.

Thursday, 08 July 2010 11:44

Victorian iAwards recognise local innovators

The winners of the Victorian iAwards were announced last night. They include some well-known organisations as well as others that don't get into the public eye very often.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 17:46

NAG turns 40; students get the presents

The Numerical Algorithms Group is marking its 40th anniversary by expanding its student prize program.

Published in Development
Sunday, 22 November 2009 19:19

Twitter finally gains academic approval

So you think Twitter is just a 140 character waste of time? Maybe you should think again, universities in Australia and the UK have.

Published in Education
Wednesday, 16 September 2009 10:04

ICT careers expo hits Melbourne next month

The new media side of ICT careers will be explored at a forthcoming careers expo in Melbourne.
Published in Education
The Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) is a test of knowledge and skills of fourth- and eight-grade students from around the world. The United States is doing better, but still not as good as the leaders: students in Asia.

Published in Biology
A University of Sydney study looked into the sexual activities of its college students and found female art students were most sexually active while male science students the least active.

Published in Biology
NASA has announced its 16th annual Great Moonbuggy Race, which is to be held on April 3-4, 2008 in Huntsville, Alabama. NASA hopes the high school and college contestants will build their moonbuggies out of the “right stuff.”

Published in Space
NASA has announced that it is looking for a name to call its new Mars rover, which should be launched toward Mars in 2009. The Walt Disney robot WALL-E is teaming up with NASA in this naming contest for U.S. students ranging in ages from five to 18 years old.

Published in Space
NASA has announced a new contest to test the imaginations and skills of college students by designing tools and instrument packages that one day could help Moon rovers travel across the lunar surface.

Published in Space
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced on Thursday, September 4, 2008, a challenge to all U.S. high school and college students to “research and describe a small, supersonic airliner that could enter commercial service in the next decade.”

Published in Space
Thursday, 04 September 2008 12:55

Microsoft slips free development tools to students

A program to put Microsoft's developer and design tools into the hands of students has been extended to cover Australian universities and TAFE colleges.

A 2006 Web-conducted survey of students on seventy colleges and universities across the United States has shown that 15 out of 100 college students have seriously thought about suicide to solve their problems.

Published in Health
Thursday, 07 August 2008 11:05

ATOM Finalists announced

The line up of hopefuls vying for media glory in this years  Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) awards have been released.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 02 July 2008 20:35

NASA considers American Student Moon Orbiter

The ASMO (American Student Moon Orbiter) concept would be a series of student-led projects geared to provide space exploration experience to students at universities. NASA is asking universities to let them know if their students are interested in helping the United States explore the Moon.

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