Like many teenagers, Jordan ‘Jent’ Henry played video games throughout high school. Continue reading Money for nothing: Misconceptions of the digital content creation industry
Do you have an interest in the sciences, but don’t work in the field every day (but sort of wish you did)?
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Adelaide locals have developed a smartphone app for those seeking “a champagne taste on a beer budget” – quite literally. Continue reading ‘On tap’ is now ‘one tap’ away with new Adelaide-born app
If you think you have been on a bad Tinder date and have a wickedly bizarre story to tell, think again. Continue reading The shockingly shitty dates of Tinder: How you can swipe right on ‘the one’ instantly
With lower living costs and less business competition than other capital cities, Adelaide could be on its way to becoming Australia’s little-known tech haven. Continue reading Not just a city of churches: Is Adelaide the nation’s secret startup hub?
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recently announced they plan to return humans to the Moon, and this time a woman will take the first steps on the iridescent rock. Continue reading One giant leap for womankind: NASA announces the first woman on the Moon by 2024
By George Booth After a series of ongoing developments and growing momentum, the federal government has announced Australia will create its own space agency. The government intends to tap into the $420 billion and growing space industry, with Australia’s own space agency expected to generate thousands of new jobs for the country. South Australia has shown its ongoing support to develop Australia’s involvement in the … Continue reading Federal government announces creation of Australian space agency, SA to tap into multi-billion dollar industry with South Australian Space Industry Centre
By Kelly Hughes It is a “no brainer” that Australia should invest in a national space agency, given the tremendous benefit it will garner, said Dr. Andrew Thomas. Global leaders of the space sector are gathering in Adelaide this week for the 68th International Astronautical Congress, to discuss Australia’s lagging contribution to a multi-billion dollar space industry. At the South Australian Press Club luncheon yesterday, … Continue reading Adelaide astronaut says education is key to developing a national space agency