SpaceLab Enterprises

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Project Description

Space Lab enterprises is an open online community driven website which educators and leading academics crowd share and surf topics to knuckle out everyday scientific and other researches . The website creates collaboration between researchers. Hence, noting that the site benifits the end-user and improves access to higher education research, sustainable goals, and online collaboration between researchers around the world.

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The number one factor for doing this website is so that all researchers come together and collaborate and united in the quest for knowledge. SpaceLab Enterprises was created by Alecia, the brain Child of the project for GovHack.

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Contracting non-government organisations

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Supply of secondary teachers in STEM-related disciplines

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Information and Communications Technologies in schools for teaching and learning

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Training expenditure

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TAFE SA Campus Locations

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TAFE SA Short Courses 2015

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TAFE SA Short Courses 2017

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Parkes observations for project P595 semester 2019APRS_07

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Challenge Entries

Leveraging innovation precincts to drive economic prosperity.

How might we build on interaction between businesses and research institutions in Australian innovation precincts, to boost business capability, growth, and job creation?

Go to Challenge | 23 teams have entered this challenge.

Local Government Information Technology Association of South Australia

How might we identify opportunities for improvement or new Council services, infrastructure and facilities to benefit community outcomes in South Australia?

Go to Challenge | 15 teams have entered this challenge.

🌟 The Class of 2025

Considering the growing and emerging economic industries, how can data be used to assist tertiary education providers in developing courses that are relevant to, and supportive of future job creation?

Go to Challenge | 10 teams have entered this challenge.