Ellie Blumel

North Qld students master the mine

Gumlu State School and Merinda State School students have turned masters of the mine site, using their final week of school to program a LEGO robot mining truck to travel autonomously.   The project was a feature ...
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Cracking the code for resources careers

Students at St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School in Brisbane have swapped their standard classroom curriculum for virtual mine site coding today to tackle one of the most important issues in the resources sector. 
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Unearthing in-demand careers in Roma

Roma State College students will get a taste of the highly-skilled and in-demand careers available to them in Queensland’s resources sector when they take part in a STEM Unearthed hands-on workshop today.
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Full STE[A]M ahead

More than 40 Gladstone students will go full STEM (science, engineering, technology and mathematics) ahead at a workshop today, gathering the skills needed to drive Queensland’s resources sector and the state’s economy, thanks to ...
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Students make their mark towards a high-tech future

More than 100 Gladstone students will learn about the high-tech careers available to them in Gladstone’s resources sector when they participate in a series of  Queensland Minerals and Energy (QMEA) workshops this week (15th ...
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Sparks fly in the Redlands

The Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) will spark the interest of more than 50 students from Alexandra Hills State High School today (7 June) on how to secure Australia’s future energy supplies in its ‘Energy: The Inside Story’ workshop. 
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Taste test for trade and professional careers

About 30 Millmerran State School students will get a taste of trade and professional careers when the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) combines its ‘STEM Unearthed’ and ‘Tradies for a Day’ workshops today ...
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