Article by Stefanie Balogh, THE AUSTRALIAN, December 7 2016 National Education Correspondent Sydney @stefaniebalogh Brisbane physics teacher Kirsten Hogg has found a way to ensure young women are supported in… read more →
QASMT Year 10 students, David Nguyen, Vivian Su and Dr Kirsten Hogg are attending the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology (ANSTO) Big Ideas Forum. In the photo they have just… read more →
Martin Georges, Nikan Estah and Nikita Dalvi are all attending the SPARQ-ed Research Immersion program from 28 November to 2 December at the Translational Research Institute at Woolloongabba. They will… read more →
The Queensland Science Contest is an opportunity for Queensland students to have their scientific work judged for awards and prizes. The students had to choose a contest category , complete… read more →
A Certificate of Appreciation has been received from Dr Geoff Garrett AO, Queensland Chief Scientist and Hon Leeanne Enoch, Minister for Innovation, Science and Digital Economy for Small Business for… read more →
The QUT STEM camp was a great opportunity for me to meet many like-minded students from all around Queensland and to explore the STEM fields in depth. There were 10… read more →
QASMT students discover the mysteries of the Universe and the work of the world’s biggest physics laboratory at CERN, Geneva. It was amazing!
STEM Tour students enjoyed a visit to Le Café La Nuit in Arles which inspired Van Gogh’s famous painting. Arles is a city on the Rhône River in the Provence… read more →