Did you know? All of the information required to be who we are is stored within the DNA in each one of our cells. It is vital that our cells… read more →
QASMT student Min Hoo, Instep 10, recently qualified as a semi-finalist in the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards 2016. The BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards are Australia’s most… read more →
Last week the Queensland Academies played an important role in hosting the inaugural DET STEM Girl Power camp. Twenty- two Year 10 girls, representing each of the 7 regions were… read more →
QASMT students and staff visited the Victorian specialist STEM education facilities at the ISSF 2015. Check out the John Monash Science School Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/johnmonashscienceschool/ for further ISSF activities.
Chang Su and Riz Mahoney presented their scientific research poster to 200 international delegates, academics and the Melbourne community in the exhibition space of the Australian Synchrotron.