STELR – Renewable Energy – Solar Panels and How They Work

  Last updated October 17, 2017 at 11:34 am


Using STELR renewable energy equipment and curriculum resources students are able to investigate global warming and climate change, energy types, transfers and transformations, renewable and non-renewable energy resources and careers.

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Inoka Amarasekara
Inoka Amarasekara joined ATSE in June 2017 as Women in STEM Entrepreneurship (WISE) Project Officer. A recent graduate of the Centre for the Public Awareness of Science at ANU, her Master's thesis explored the YouTube science communication gender gap. Inoka has had previous experience in admin, research and advertising.

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