STEM

  • LEGO Education expands playful, hands-on learning portfolio

    Today, LEGO Education announced LEGO Education SPIKE Essential for primary school students (Grades 1-5) to ignite enthusiasm for STEAM learning through playful problem-solving and storytelling. Part of the LEGO Learning System, SPIKE Essential engages students in hands-on investigation of STEAM concepts while supporting literacy, math and social-emotional development. SPIKE...
  • Tesserent partners with UNIQ YOU to encourage females into cybersecurity careers

    Australian cybersecurity comapny Tesserent has announced today they are forming a strategic partnership with Queensland-based not-for-profit UNIQ YOU. The goal of this new partnership is to encourage more females to seriously consider careers in cybersecurity.  The Australian cyber sector currently employs 26,500 people, but it’s estimated that over 7,000 new jobs...
  • NBN Co launch STEM program for 2019

    NBN Co have launched its annual STEM program, this year focusing on helping young Australian students develop a combination of STEM and entrepreneurial skills through its nbn ‘STEMpreneur’ initiative. The nbn STEMpreneur initiative has been designed to help young Australian students prepare for this new world of work. From...
  • SheHacks Work Experience Program, gives girls in STEM experience at startups

    Girl Geek Academy has partnered with world leading technology businesses Deloitte Digital and 99designs, to pilot a first-of-its-kind work experience program where students from Korowa Anglican Girls School will work alongside industry experts to create their own startups. As a father of an 8 month old girl, I’ve got...
  • Senator Carr meets Australia’s first humanoid robot

    During Australia’s federal election campaign, our politicians are travelling the country to meet with businesses, often with complimentary announcements of funding. With a double dissolution called, it means both houses of parliament, the House of Reps and the Senate are campaigning for re-election. Today Victorian Labor Senator Kim Carr, met with CQ...
  • Can Australia innovate its way out of debt ?

    Yesterday Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, with Industry, Innovation and Science Minister, Christopher Pyne, announced his innovation agenda for Australia’s future. This package of strategies are designed to stimulate the #IdeasBoom, unlocking the creativity and innovative thinking that lives inside many Australians and turn that into jobs. Startups are risky ventures...
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