Research to better understand properties of dark matter
A world-leading Australian physicist has been awarded a research grant to investigate new models of dark matter.
National School Resourcing Board re-appointments
The Australian Government welcomes the re-appointment of Michael Chaney AO as Chair of the National School Resourcing Board.
Supporting Indigenous research
The Morrison Government is funding university research to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians while providing leadership and training opportunities to Indigenous researchers.
Investing in early career researchers
The Morrison Government is investing $84 million in early career researchers as part of our plan to help drive Australia’s economic recovery.
Local recovery fund open for local jobs pathways
The Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund is now open for 25 select regions experiencing high unemployment to develop local and tailored projects, to help Australians get back into work and…
Infection control training underway in Western Australia
Infection control training is underway in Western Australia as part of an $80 million Infection Control Training Fund joint investment by Australian and state and territory governments.
Celebrating our teachers
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today paid tribute to the outstanding commitment of every teacher across Australia.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC Afternoon Briefing
SUBJECTS: Border closures, International students and pilot programs, COVID-19 in Victoria and schools, Universities and freedom of speech and academic inquiry, Child care, Bushfire Royal Commission…
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Tom Connell, Sky News
SUBJECTS: Universities and freedom of speech and academic inquiry, International student pilot programs
Ensuring freedom of speech and freedom of academic inquiry
The Morrison Government is taking action to protect freedom of speech and freedom of academic inquiry at Australian universities.
New Round of Commonwealth Scholarships Open For Young Australians
Young Australians who live in 10 selected regions experiencing high youth unemployment can now apply for a Vocational Education and Training (VET) quali
HELP debts recovered from Australians overseas
Australians living overseas repaid $127 million in HELP debt in 2019-20, an increase of $27 million on the previous year.