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Computer science health careers

Computer science health careers
Computer science skills are at the frontier of exciting new ways to treat diseases using technology.

CS + Education

There’s a wealth of opportunities for those inspired by the idea of using their computing skills to help others learn.

Melbourne Accelerator Program

Melbourne Accelerator Program
The University of Melbourne’s Accelerator Program helps students make the step up from study to startup business.

UNSW robots

Students at UNSW Australia develop their computer science skills through team research projects that include kicking a few awesome programming goals.

Computer game software engineer

computer game software engineer
Tom Harris reached the next level when he scored a job at one of the world’s biggest games companies.

Macquarie University FIRST robotics

Gather your party and build a robot.

Fed Uni degrees

Federation University’s collaboration with IBM offers students unique opportunities in computer science degrees.

Digital future

The digital future has arrived. So what’s next for this generation?

ANU innovation

ANU students resolve the daily drama of waiting for the bus, creating a convenient app for tens of thousands of Canberra residents in the process.

Advanced surveillance technology

advanced surveillance technology
Sandra Mau's love for programming has taken her across the world.

Smartphone microscope

smartphone microscope
Australian scientists have discovered a way to transform a smartphone into a microscope using a drop of polymer baked in the oven.

Highlight

Robots that can assemble cars, load shipping containers, explore planets and vacuum homes are already a reality.

4 STEM-themed TikTok accounts worth a follow

We’ve popped together a list of the best science, tech, engineering and maths accounts to follow.

The lowdown on O-Week

o-week
Tempted to give O-Week a miss? It's a vital introduction to the high-school/uni transition. Don't be a dummy and miss out, here's why you need to go!

Coronavirus quarantine could spark an online learning boom

Institutions around the world are responding to travel bans and quarantines with a shift to online learning.