The Australian Government Has A Plan To Get More Women Working In STEM

The Federal Government is hoping a "Women in Science Ambassador" will help encourage and boost the numbers of girls electing STEM subjects.

Announced in the 2018 Federal Budget tonight, a 10 year Plan for Women in Science, aiming to "set out a long–term strategy for increasing female involvement in STEM education and careers" was also revealed - briefly.

We are digging through the paperwork right now to get you all the details.

Here's The Full 2018 Australian Federal Budget Speech

Treasurer Scott Morrison handed down the 2018-2019 Australian Federal Budget tonight - here is the speech in full.

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Yearly Power Bills To Fall By $400 From 2020

The 2018-19 budget has revealed that annual power bills will fall by $400 on average for every Australian household from 2020.

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Science And Research Infrastructure Promised $1.9 Billion In Government Funding

In tonight's Federal budget, "boosting innovation with science and research infrastructure" was allocated 1.9 billion over the next 12 years - that's going towards health, manufacturing, agriculture, satellites for our GPS usage - and our space agency.

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Supercomputing In Australia Scores A $140 Million Upgrade

Perth's Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, and ANU's National Computational Infrastructure facility have just scored $140 million in the 2018 Federal Budget, announced tonight.

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The Government Says Yeah Nah To Labor's Renewable Energy Target

The Australian government have decided not to go with the 50 per cent renewable energy targeted proposed by the Australian Labor Party.

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