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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.

Studying computer science

Careers in computer science are diverse, exciting and in demand. Aim high, work hard and good luck – the future belongs to you!

What Google computer scientists do

what Google computer scientists do
The best way to find out if CS is for you is to get some experience right where the action is. As a bonus, it could kickstart your career.

Amazing careers

amazing careers
From the far reaches of space to the coolest places on Earth, computer science leads to some amazing careers.

Is coronavirus having a positive impact on our education system?

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CEO and Founder of MathSpace, Mohamad Jebara, talks about how online maths learning tools changed during pandemic and why he wants to abolish NAPLAN.

How the coronavirus has highlighted the importance of automation

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a massive surge in global unemployment. It has also highlighted the increasingly valuable role of automation in today’s world.

Farming 2.0: Scientists are using space technologies to manage cattle

More than 1000 wild buffalo and unmanaged cattle roaming Northern Australia will be tagged and tracked as part of the world’s largest satellite herd-tracking program.