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Day 4 – Boeing & Seattle

BOEING, Today was a remarkable opportunity to visit the BOEING manufacturing facility to see the assemble of the 747, 777 & 787 jet liners. Unfortunately we were not able to take any pictures inside the facility but the memories will not be washed away easily. We all had the opportunity to have our picture taken […]

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Day 3 – Stanford & Google

STANFORD University, Stanford University if an absolute surprise packet.  The history is fascinating and the grounds are stunning. We have nothing like this in Australia. The University church contained the most amazing stained glass windows and mozaics. We could have spend all day exploring the University.                   […]

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Day 2 – Autodesk Visit

Today we had the opportunity to visit Autodesk. We started the day at the newly established Autodesk Gallery at Number One Market Street San Francisco. The gallery is dedicated to showing examples of projects undertaken with Autodesk products and covered the areas of mechanical design, architecture, animation and 3D modeling to name just a few. […]

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DAY 1 – San Francisco

Today was the start of a three-week journey of discovery. They came from Broken Hill, Dubbo, Noosa, Cairns, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane & Sydney. Teachers and students alike, all with the goal of learning as much as possible about the application of Science, Technology. Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the real world. Each has a […]

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A TRIP OF A LIFETIME FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Just imagine if you could tick off the bucket list: Google, Autodesk, Stanford University, BOEING, Henry Ford Museum, Washington DC, Smithsonian, Arlington, London, Bletchley Park, Land Rover Test Centre, Oxford University, Bath, Stonehenge, Williams F1, Farnbrough Air Show, Windsor Castle, Porsche, Mercedes and the Hardron Collider […]

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