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How astrophysicist Bachelor Matt Agnew used his transferable STEM skills to...

In the ads we were promised a handsome, out-of-this-world astrophysicist, but it has since been revealed that Ten’s 2019 bachelor Matt Agnew is in...

5 humanitarian STEM careers making major social impact

When we think of humanitarian and social impact careers, we often think of legal aid, education and social work-type gigs, yet there are a...

Infographic: What would Willy Wonka’s factory cost today?

The infographic covers everything from Oompa Loompa salaries to the cost of edible wallpaper and powering it all with renewable energy.

The Environmental Science and Sustainability Mobile Antarctic Classroom hits the road...

With Australia’s territorial claim to Antarctica a massive 42 per cent, it’s important for STEM students to understand our unique relationship with the icy...

New app brings the Periodic Table to life

This stalwart of chemistry classrooms everywhere has just well and truly entered the 21st century.

An astronomy expert explains how The Bachelor’s research will help us...

What did Matt do, before he became a TV star? And who, or what, is TESS?

5 free National Science Week events that will amp up your...

With National Science Week going down, there are a stack of seriously inspiring – and exciting – science-focused events happening all over the country....

We stalked the CVs of the Bachelor contestants with STEM careers

We’ve been crushing on bachelor Matt Agnew’s impressive science career since the trailers revealed he was an astrophysicist months ago, and are stoked by...

“HELP! I’ve been promoted”

Mechanical engineer and female pioneer in the French oil and gas industry, plus women in STEM advocate and blogger, Magali Anderson, shares her thoughts...

Engineering magazine and poster giveaway!

Enter for the chance to win 5 copies of Careers with STEM: Engineering 2019 plus our engineering poster pack. Total prize value $40.

3 reasons you don’t have to be a ‘genius’ to be...

We spoke to mathematician and Eureka Prize-finalist Sophie Calabretto to combat the myth that maths is only for very smart people