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Young scientists plant their roots

MORE than 5,000 budding young plant scientists turned their minds to the importance of bees in the food supply chain as part of this year’s Hermitage Research Facility Plant Science Competition.
Trinity Bay High School student Hanna Hitch.

Reaching for the stars

THE Far North’s brightest emerging minds have been recognised with the highly prestigious Peter Doherty STEM Education Awards including a Trinity Bay State High School student who dreams of the stars.
Person with umbrella in the rain.

Cairns weather radar receives upgrade

CAIRNS and surrounding residents will now have access to more reliable and up-to-date weather information after a significant upgrade to the weather radar in Cairns was completed.
Wade Crowfoot and Tim Harris smile together ahead of an investment into flow batteries.

Investment supports Queensland battery companies

The State Government’s $24 m investment into local manufacturers will support Queensland’s flow batteries production, helping meet renewable energy commitments.
People gathered around desk in research lab.

Queensland to lead the way in technology

A NEW strategy to deliver more high value technology jobs will be delivered by the Queensland Government by the end of the year, building on the National Quantum Strategy.
JUST over 40 science-based community events and projects have received State Government funding.

Grants for the pursuit of science

JUST over 40 community events and projects ranging from collecting population data of manta rays to using artificial intelligence technology to study changes in the Great Barrier Reef will share in more than $700,000 in funding.
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