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  1. National Science Week

    National Science Week at UC

    The University of Canberra celebrated National Science Week 2019 with engaging activities designed to pique interest in science and technology.

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  2. Pi Day 2019 at the University of Canberra

    Curiouser and curiouser: Pi Day celebrated at UC

    The Faculty of Science and Technology held its annual celebration of all things Pi-related in late July, with activities to bring Maths to life for high school students.

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  3. Students + Industry

    Translating research into the real world

    A showcase of great ideas translated into practical solutions, the University of Canberra’s Students + Industry is an event held every semester for students to present their projects to industry partners.

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  4. Robots in Space!

    Robots in Space! set to make kids wonder and wander

    The robot design competition will spark collaboration and creativity among Year 5 and 6 students, as they dream up a robot to send to the moon.

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  5. Amphibians in New Guinea need to be protected from the onslaught of the chytrid fungus. Photo: Supplied

    An island retreat for frogs … for now

    New Guinea is the last major centre of amphibian biodiversity free from the chytrid fungus, and a consortium of experts is calling for urgent action to safeguard the frog population.

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