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STEM Newsletter – Term 1 – 2024

Happy 2024 and welcome back to the Brainary’s STEM Newsletter. Over the summer break I had the opportunity to visit our STEM Education partners in Europe...

STEM Newsletter Term 4 2023

We’re excited to share an update on our STEM Makerspace Program which we were awarded a Federal Grant to deliver in the Greater Geelong Region....

Robots, VR feature in free public classes

GEELONG TIMES | BY Billy Higgins EMERGING technologies such as 3D printing, robotics and virtual reality experiences will soon be publicly accessible...

STEM Maker Project Launch

We were thrilled to have the Hon. Richard Marles, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia take time out of his busy schedule to officially launch our STEM...

What is Artificial Intelligence?

  Leon Sterling | Professor In Software Engineering Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne The launch of Chat-GPT in November...

National Robotics Strategy

Australia is set to get its first ever Robotics Strategy. The Department of Industry, Science and Resources has just released a Discussion paper. ...

Knox Prep Innovation Hub entrance

eSTEAM – More than Engagement!

Achieving Purpose, Creativity and Impact through Load Reduction Instruction Sue Floro – Head of Knox Grammar Preparatory School Ian Fairhurst –...

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