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Melbourne uni launches nanosatellite into space

The University of Melbourne (UniMelb) launched a nanosatellite into space last Saturday, in partnership with the Italian Space Agency, which is carrying an X-ray detector that will search for gamma rays among the stars. The Space Industry Responsive Intelligent Thermal ...

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What we can learn from AI education in Belgium

Collaborating with Aussie schools through artificial intelligence (AI) is high on the Belgian Economic Mission's agenda. Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid of Belgium arrived in Australia with 350 delegates, some of whom are teachers and educational technology (Ed Tech) experts ...

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AI best practice, the Accord, and HED

Since last November, the two focuses of higher education practitioners, leaders and commentators, have been the sector review of the interim report of the Australian Universities Accord, and the potential effects of artificial intelligence (AI). Both have also been a ...

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