A new round of grants has been awarded in the Regional Arts Fund, providing money to innovative projects in regional governments of Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.

New research at the University of Adelaide could provide insight into how to repair the brain after damage from stroke or traumatic injury.

Monash University has opened a new research centre dedicated to transforming manufacturing in areas such as biomedicine, transport, aerospace engineering and mineral processing.

The University of New South Wales has joined several prominent international institutions by putting some of its courses online through the internet-education group Coursera.

The University of New South Wales is bringing back its formerly-axed Nuclear Engineering degree, thirty years after cutting it from the curriculum.

With recent reports of the rampant cheating to get ahead in the Chinese exam system, it is no surprise that the country’s rich elite are forking out for a school which deals in the finer things.

The Western Australian principal on trial for alleged gross misuse of school funds and cover-ups with arson has been found not guilty on a few charges.

The Federal Government is putting the final touches on its ‘Bring-Your-Own-Device’ plan for schools, but already principals say it will only breed schoolyard inequity.

The Queensland Government claims early childhood education is a big priority - leading school authorities across the state to ask why $100 million less was spent on pre-schools and kindergartens than had been budgeted.

The professional members of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra have been joined by students from more than a dozen schools across the ACT, coming together to celebrate the Centenary of Canberra over the weekend.

The James Cook University will not let go of plans to build a high school at its Townsville campus, despite the Queensland Government rejecting the idea.

Australia’s Catholic school have signed on to the Federal Government’s school funding reforms, but Victoria and WA are still holding out.

Before European settlement Australia was home to hundreds of languages belonging to the widespread and diverse aboriginal cultures, now teams are working to preserve what’s left of the dwindling tongues before the important piece of the nation’s heritage disappears.

Cheating may be cause for alarm for many high-school teachers and students, but it has lead to a riot in China for a surprising reason.

The University of NSW will require a minimum entrance score to enrol in any of its courses next year, breaking step with the government's expansion agenda.

Plans to sell off three school ovals and cram two large schools into one have been ditched in Queensland.

The Pakistani teenager who was shot in the head by the Taliban for promoting female education has made an address to the United Nations, and received a letter from her attackers.

The closing date for the first round of applications for the new Migrant Communities Employment Fund has been extended. Potential applicants now have until August 9 to lodge their bid for a grant, with up to $200,000 available for innovative employment projects.

Authorities have given the go-ahead to a remarkable new technology, which uses an advanced scanning technique to identify attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

A prominent American engineer toured Australia recently in the lead up to an international robotics competition in Melbourne.

A new portal for digital education resources has been launched, the result of a partnership bringing together arts, science and educational organisations across Australia.

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