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Australian universities are “the golden thread” that links the success of Australian startups and innovators as they bring together the best talent, research, facilities and industry partnerships, said Australia’s chief scientist Alan Finkel.
The Obama administration pushes to start kids on science and technology education at a young age to elevate the nation’s competitive position socially and economically.
Prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has hailed the University of New South Wales’ quantum computing research as the “best in the world.”
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In final White House science fair of his administration, Obama stresses that computer science and other STEM fields are as essential as reading and writing.
The University of Adelaide has become the first university in Australia to make the switch from Blackboard to Canvas in a new move to upgrade the school’s digital learning capability.
The University of Melbourne has once again claimed the title of Australia’s best university for computer science and information systems, ranking 13th globally for the subject in the latest QS World University Rankings.
Former TAFE ICT manager, Ronald Cordoba, abused his role to corruptly reap $1.76 million, according to the findings of NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) inquiry.
The CSIRO has signed a deal with Stile, an education technology startup, to develop digital resources in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
An Oracle consultant made contact with the Victorian education department's former deputy secretary, Darrell Fraser during the Ultranet tender process, breaking the rules of no communication, an investigation by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) has alleged.
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