Southern Cross University’s 2013 Science Summer School gives undergraduates or recent graduates the opportunity to team up with one of the university’s leading researchers to undertake a short science-based project over four weeks.
WR Grace & Co announced today that the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted three additional notices of allowance related to the company’s Reveleris flash chromatography system.
If primary school students engage in science for just 10 hours/year, their standardised test scores in maths and language arts improve.
The Australian Academy of Science’s science education program for primary schools, PrimaryConnections, released 10 new units last week, fully aligned to the national science curriculum.
With higher education undergoing profound change - reflecting challenges in environmental degradation, food security, emerging diseases and more - La Trobe University Chancellor Adrienne E Clarke AC has called for urgent action to boost Australia’s scientific understanding and awareness.
A program sponsored and administered by ASTM International - the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity - will be a major benefit to suppliers, by verifying to their customers their conformance with ASTM test methods.
Across Australia and New Zealand and much of the world there is a growing shortage of science, engineering, technology and mathematics graduates. How to inspire students to pursue these subjects in their post-secondary education is challenging educators globally. Microsoft commissioned two surveys with Harris Interactive to try to gain insight about what can better prepare and inspire students to pursue post-secondary education in STEM subjects.
A collaborative effort by medical research teams to commercialise new research is gaining momentum with the addition of the ithree institute at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Waters Corporation, FDA and University of Maryland have opened the International Food Safety Training Laboratory.
Science teachers will be able to bring new technologies into the classroom thanks to a new online science resource.
A program offering the services of Industrial Research Ltd’s scientists and engineers aims to encourage New Zealand businesses to focus on how R&D can improve their producitivity and profitability.
A major multinational food processor purchased a subscription to Key’s PROliance Online Training program, as a way to effectively train its plant personnel on the maintenance and operation of Key Technology’s equipment.
The Australian Academy of Science welcomes the proposal by the Australian Research Council to create new Discovery Awards for early career researchers.
Dow AgroSciences has joined forces with PICSE (Primary Industry Centre for Science Education) to help attract Australia’s future scientists to careers in agribusiness and research.
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