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Students learn logistics from pit to port – Gladstone

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About 60 Gladstone students have spent the day becoming skilled in supply chain logistics with help from experts from the resources sector. ‘Pit to Port’ delivered by  the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) challenged student minds in mathematics, logistics, communications and team work.   Industry representatives from Conoco Phillips Australia, NRG, QER, Boyne Smelter Limited and Gladstone Ports Corporation provided help to …
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Students branch out for STEM – Gladstone

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Gladstone year-10 students will today step out to explore their local options for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies and careers. They’ll be taking part in the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s (QMEA) STEM Stepping day, which will take the group of 70 to the Australia Pacific LNG CQ- University STEM Central facility at …
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Teachers inspire students in robotics

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Teachers will be more confident in teaching robotics and digital technology after attending a workshop at Central Queensland University over the next two days. More than 20 teachers from across the Gladstone region will take part in the Robotic Future’s Program workshops lead by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA), CQUniversity and supported by …
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Students step on the gas

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Local university and high school students will don hard hats and safety gear today to experience a day in the life of an LNG employee. They’ll be up bright and early to catch the crew boat to Curtis Island to spend a day onsite with Santos GLNG employees. Close to 30 students from Queensland Minerals …
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Students help the sun shine on solar energy

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Students from all over Queensland will gather at CQUniversity in Rockhampton to turn up the heat on solar power generation and explain how the energy can be a secure source of electricity. The 18 students have been selected to take part in the first ever Brighter Futures Make It Now Engineering (MINE) Challenge where they …
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