STEM Education Conference 2022

Informa Australia
By Informa Australia
Community contribution / June 22, 2022

The 9th Annual STEM Education conference, taking place on 26-27 July 2022, will assist educators, government and industry to create valuable partnerships to prepare students with STEM skills for future employment.

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