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Looking for someone to tutor high school English / Lit part-time / casual at the centre in Maylands. Interested individuals please send a resume via email.

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Students, here's a neat technique to allow you to quickly draw a pretty decent circle, just using a pen or pencil and paper. No drawing compass required.

If you ask someone if they could draw a perfect circle freehand the answer is likely to be 'no'. Well now you can surprise them with this simple technique.
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As a tutor, I find poor handwriting skills of students an aspect of tutoring that can be frustrating. Handwriting is taught in primary school, but modern schools give less attention to it than they once did. This attitude continues into high school where good penmanship is not emphasised to students and parents.
Schools will argue there is no need for concern with poor handwriting due to the relian...
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Medical scientist may be on the verge of a cure for Multiple Sclerosis.

On the verge of curing Multiple Sclerosis
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Australia's first commercial rocket company is hoping to launch it's first rocket into space in 2018. Gilmour Space Technology, a space start-up, is the sister company of Gilmour Space Corporation, a space education company. Operations will be based in Queensland and Singapore.

Innovative engineering company in Singapore & Australia. We design & build low-cost Rockets, Drones/UAVs, Space Simulators & other space technology.
gspacetech.com
Perth Academy of Science Tuition Centre updated their cover photo.
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The New Zealand based Rocket Lab has completed it's first test launch and successfully reached space with their Electron Rocket. This joint New Zealand / American company hope to break into the developing commercial space industry by offering frequent, cheap launches into low Earth orbit for small-sats. This is the first time a New Zealand rocket has been launched into space.

Rocket Lab broke new ground today when its Electron rocket reached space at 16:23 NZST.
rocketlabusa.com

A note to parents & students that the 2017 Perth Careers Expo is now on. It is being held at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre from Thursday 25th May to Sunday 28th May. For more information visit www.careers-expo.com.au.

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Amazing new images and data of the planet Jupiter sent back from the NASA probe Juno. The planet's poles have never been photographed in such amazing clarity and detail before.

NASA's Mission Juno will explore Jupiter, seeking to unlock secrets of the giant planet and our solar system.
missionjuno.swri.edu

Life forms discovered that eat electricity:

Unlike any other life on Earth, these extraordinary bacteria use energy in its purest form – they eat and breathe electrons – and they are everywhere
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Expensive handheld graphics calculators may eventually be replaced with web based ones. Certainly the online graphics calculators are far superior to the handheld devices due to the ease of use, greater speed and a far larger image size and resolution. The only restriction is implementing web based devices into exams, something that is not available currently for school based testing procedures.

Major testing companies are adopting embedded web calculators instead of freestanding devices
smithsonianmag.com

The brilliant blue of Saturn's pole taken in close-up detail by the Cassini probe as it plunged between the planet and its rings.

On April 26th, NASA's Cassini spacecraft took its long-awaited first dive in between Saturn's rings, bringing it closer to the planet than ever before. And
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NASA opens new command centre at Australia's Deep Space Communication Complex just outside Canberra. One day it may help Earth communicate with astronauts on Mars.

IN a valley near Canberra — better known for its politicians than space exploration — is a hidden complex that will help land the first people on Mars.
news.com.au