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An AI squared approach to enhance student support

Mar 25, 2020
Combining Artificial Intelligence with human assistance - what could it do, for education? Studiosity's partnership with CSIRO's Data61 will find out.

5 Tips To Ace The UCAT Exam

Feb 16, 2020
The UCAT is by no means an easy test, and often it is the smallest things that determine how well you do on the exam. Here are some are some useful tips to help you nail your UCAT exam.

Breeding brainpower through connection

May 30, 2017
A quick look at The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley, in relation to the connectivity of what we do.

Why Today's Students Won't Qualify For Tomorrow's Best Jobs

Jun 15, 2016
Australia is currently experiencing a national decline in students enrolling in STEM subjects, and performing poorly by international standards, causing fear that today’s students are ill-prepared for the future.

Surprisingly Educational Games: Boxcars

Sep 18, 2015
YourTutor's Alex Clatworthy explains how the game Boxcars can help kids learn about evolution.

Pluto: The Last Place We've Never Been

Jul 15, 2015
Tthe science of Pluto is important - no person alive today on our blue-green marble will ever again see the surface of another world imaged for the very first time.

Surprisingly Educational Games: Kerbal Space Program

Apr 29, 2015
Kerbal Space Program, a game which has come out of two years of beta this week, is exciting gamers and educators alike with its engaging game play and realistic physics modelling.
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