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Mature-aged students are often left out of conversations about women in STEM. We need to promote the diverse pathways available to t…
9 May 2019
Industry connections and hands-on learning inspire students into STEM.
Jordarna, a Year 8 student from Cessnock Academy of STEM Exce…
16 April 2019
Australia is not only one of the driest countries on Earth, but the country with the most weather extremes. While droughts are destr…
Women in STEM
Leeanne Bond reflects on her experiences as a woman in engineering.
Like many female engineers I’ve met, my first priority as a yo…
18 March 2019
Industry and innovation
A review of Brotopia: Breaking up the boys’ club of Silicon Valley by Emily Chang
While it is well known the tech world is domina…
21 February 2019
There needs to be a shift from quantity to quality in the world of research given “a growing rumble of concern about the rigour an…
20 February 2019
The Chief Scientist of Australia, Dr Alan Finkel AO FTSE, spoke to the Mathematical Association of Victoria’s annual conference, e…
19 February 2019
A leading water expert has warned against relying on quick fixes to the Menindee Lakes crisis triggered by recent severe fish kills.…
21 January 2019
For Australia to continue to be a successful democracy with a vibrant economy in the 21st century, it is essential we maintain our r…
10 December 2018
Lachlan Blackhall explains how empowered electricity customers are transforming Australia’s electricity supply and management syst…
14 April 2018
Machine learning is intrinsically biased. Mary-Anne Williams explains what can be done about it to reduce risks.
Why does the digita…
12 April 2018
And why they need industry mentors to prepare for evolving jobs. Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea explains.
Convergence, impact and innovat…
11 April 2018
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