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Robot brings the museum to the classroom

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Jun 17, 2015

Robot brings the museum to the classroom

Students at Geelong College, an AARNet-connected K-12 school, toured the National Museum of Australia's galleries and interacted with objects on display via a robot and an AARNet high speed broadband connection. Watch the short video to learn more about...

AARNet-connected schools well represented at the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering awards

K-12 Schools / STEM

Feb 26, 2015

AARNet-connected schools well represented at the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering awards

The BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards are Australia’s most prestigious science and engineering awards for schools. Run in partnership with the Science Teachers Association and CSIRO, the awards recognize the significant achievement of young people who have undertaken...

STEM outreach: AARNet staff mentor students for FIRST Robotics Competition

K-12 Schools / STEM

Feb 9, 2015

STEM outreach: AARNet staff mentor students for FIRST Robotics Competition

We're proud to be a sponsor of the 2015 FIRST Robotics Australian Regional Competition, to be held at the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre on March 13 and 14. This is our second year as a FIRST Robotics Competition sponsor and student mentor. Watch...

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