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Science ship to become floating classroom

A $120 million research ship that’s discovered underwater volcanoes and investigated climate change will become a floating classroom for budding marine scientists and mariners. The CSIRO’s RV Investigator is set to host the Collaborative Australian Postgraduate Sea Training Alliance Network ...

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Lockheed Martin to open research lab in Melbourne

Researchers from Melbourne universities will soon have the opportunity to work in the new $13 million laboratory set up by multinational defence industry giant Lockheed Martin. STELaR Lab is a collaboration between Lockheed Martin and the Defence Science Institute (DSI). The ...

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ANU clarifies new admissions standards

The Australian National University has denied it’s late to the party regarding its new admissions standards. Rather, the university explained, it’s just clarifying how future domestic undergraduates will be enrolled. During an address commemorating ANU’s 70th birthday on Monday, vice-chancellor professor ...

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Music video to smash STEM glass ceiling

A bold audio-visual project aimed at highlighting the attractiveness of a STEM career for young women had its worldwide launch on Friday. Part of a greater campaign by eight top universities, led by the University of New South Wales, it’s a music ...

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