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Ever wonder what it would be like to build an app? Here's a friendly competition anyone can get involved in!
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Combining technology and science allows us to think big and solve challenges in computing, medicine and the environment.
Research at the University of Sydney sees biologists and chemists working side by side on treating disease.
Optical physics researchers at Queensland University of Technology are changing the way we see the world around us.
ANSTO materials science researchers develop materials with unique properties to help solve problems.
Take a look at the amazing women in Hidden Figures, a heartwarming hollywood movie based on the true story of African-American women working at NASA during the space race.
Add computer science to your goals, ideas and interests to equal planet-changing awesomeness.
From food security to climate change, computer science can solve many of the world’s sustainability challenges.
The increase in small tech means it’s time for big business opportunities – that’s exactly what the University of Canterbury is working on.