Caroline Morrissey

Going clean and green with hydrogen

It’s clean, it’s green and can’t be seen, but students at Gladstone State High School will learn today that hydrogen, the new kid on the block of low-emissions energy, is likely to play an ...
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Scavenger hunt for minerals is elementary for students

About 80 Everton Park State High School students will be surprised to learn about the minerals contained in everyday items today when they take part in a Hunting Minerals, Metals and More workshop run by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy, the education arm of the Queensland Resources Council. 
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Students learn power of high-tech careers

Millmerran State School students will experience first-hand the vital role of energy production and resource extraction to our modern way of life when staff from Millmerran Power visit the school today.  They’ll take part in a Beakers.Bots.Build workshop run by ...
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Getting a lift out of STEM

Oakey State High School students will learn the ups and downs of hydraulics in a hands-on workshop today where they’ll build their own hydraulic arm. Russell Mineral Equipment Engineers will be on hand to ...
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Students ready for lift-off with hydrogen

With hydrogen touted as an important low-emissions energy source of the future, and the possibilities for Queensland on everyone’s lips, Toowoomba students will have a head start on the potential new industry when they ...
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