Corey Tutt, Founder of Deadly Science, a non-profit Indigenous STEM program for kids tells us what inspires him and the impact of Deadly Science in schools.
Meet the talented next-gen of indigenous innovators being celebrated with prestigious STEM Awards.
Grant Cameron is using his skills as a drone pilot to inspire young Indigenous Australians about tech.
How a cute human-like robot taught students in a small, rural school how to code while also helping them learn their local Aboriginal language.
A remote school in the Northern Territory, a virtual reality designer and a graduate systems engineer are the big winners of the third Indigenous...
Computer science and Māori culture? You can have both when you study in New Zealand at the University of Waikato!
Aboriginal Australians face unique challenges with technology and culture. These four apps were created for closing the gap between education and technology, or preserve the rich cultural history that has largely been lost due to invasion.
Internship and Aboriginal education program, CareerTrackers has an 89% success rate for their students graduating university. See how CareerTrackers provides the industry experience and extensive support network to give you a kickstart to your career.
Āmua Ao, the inspirational program taking Māori students to Silicon Valley.
STEM education can change society for at-risk and indigenous students.
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