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New maths school targeting underrepresented groups to be developed by Imperial
TU/e and Fontys University of Applied Sciences to work more closely together
Australian Laureate Fellowships lead future of Australian research
Scitech to reopen today
STEM camp goes online
Lockdown lessons share how Imperial scientists have responded to COVID-19
Industry partnership stands true through pandemic: 3M
New research hubs to lead innovation in Australia
Dive into sea: Summer research and education program in ocean sciences
25 students from 16 schools complete two-week virtual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women
UWA ranked top in Australia in five STEM subjects
UA welcomes working group on research and uni/industry links
Austrade regional market update on impact of COVID-19 1 July
Delivering on key measures to support all Australians
CSE Releases First Annual Public Report
UNSW tops Australia in ARWU world subject rankings for
Magnetic History of Ice
U.S. President Trump Is Reforming and Modernizing Federal Hiring Process
Science backpacks, tech help for elderly and supporting local response
Toyota Australia posts $129 million after-tax profit
Local startups accepted into Venture Catalyst program to kick-start global ventures
UConn Adopts Temporary FY21 Spending Plans Amid Pandemic-Related Uncertainties
Queen Mary researcher recognised in WES Top 50 Women in Engineering
Yanwen Zhang: Finding big picture for radiation-resistant materials
Academy commits to supporting gender equity in higher education during and after COVID‑19
Could this be you? STA’s STEM Sector Policy Committee seeks two members
Call for nominations to design STEM-focussed industry fund
Seeking State’s top STEM schools to vie for Governor’s Awards
Shaping Research That Informs Inclusive Policy
Investing in Future of Youth With Green Jobs in Natural Resources Sectors
Positive reaction to job-ready graduates plan
Response to tertiary reform announcement
Uni students in STEM degrees to pay less
Law Council President, Pauline Wright statement on rising costs of law degrees
Tehan delivers for regional higher education and research
Expansion of uni places encouraging – start of vital education and training reform
Engineers Australia statement: University fee reform a recipe for inequality
COVID-19 forces ORNL researchers to take STEM education online
Autistic-majority IT company measures impact and employee growth in professional development
New STEM degree track helps global organizations during COVID-19 and beyond
CSATS receives $1.3 million grant to implement SHAPE MATTERS project
UConn, Army Research Lab Collaborate on New Portable, Renewable Energy Technology
Students from Across US to Speak with NASA Astronauts Aboard Space Station
Life sciences open their doors for engineers
Space Rocket Challenges for engineers of tomorrow
HKU Engineering develops handy thermography fever detection system for public transportations
Education Secretary accelerates T Level roll-out
Could sleep be secret to sporting success? 11 June