Archived News for Education Sector Professionals
Big bodies unite for science
Australia’s CSIRO and DFAT have teamed up with Google to deliver a new coastal ecosystem mapping initiative.
Fund open for micro-courses
New funding has been provided for a ‘microcredential’ higher education pilot scheme.
Health degree fees helped
The Albanese government is introducing legislation that could wipe student debts for doctors and nurses.
NT considers crime plan
Northern Territory authorities are looking at removing at-risk children from their families if they are found ...
Brain tech aids silent spelling
Scientists in the US are working on a device that can decode brain activity to spell out sentences.
Investigator sweeps new park
Australia’s world-leading science vessel has returned from a voyage in Australia’s newest marine park.
Owners approve SKA
Traditional custodians have signed a deal for the $3 billion Square Kilometre Array.
Understanding low in new focus
COVID-19 appears to have increased public attention on research, but not public understanding.
Science goals re-aligning
A new taskforce within the Department of Industry, Science and Resources has been created to guide government priorities on science and technology.
Youth lock-ups slammed
Queensland's youth justice system is breaching human rights, Australia's National Children's Commissioner says.
ATSE prizes for top minds
Some of Australia’s top innovators have been awarded for their inventions.
COVID babies' brains reviewed
Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic appear to have had a negative impact on babies’ communication abilities.
Draft teacher plan lands
The Federal Government has released its draft National Teacher Workforce Action Plan, including new spending to ...
Respect page launched
The Federal Government has launched a new website for people facing sexual harassment in their workplaces.
More claims in QLD lab probe
An official inquiry into Queensland’s state-run DNA laboratory continues.
Anti-cancer mini-protein tested
Researchers are testing a drug to inhibit a gene that drives many cancers.
Katherine deal questioned
The NT Government has announced a new incentive to encourage teachers to move to Katherine.