Did you know that rockets were thrown out after a single journey… until coders stepped in? This is the story of how to code for a better world, and how better space travel was created with, yep, you guessed it: code.
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If your childhood astro-obsession is not just a fleeting infatuation, aerospace engineering jobs might be your calling. Here’s how you can break into space and aerospace engineering careers, whether that’s at university, in your spare time, or with your feet planted firmly on the ground!
School students are taking over the International Space Station to do a new kind of space science.
Internship and Aboriginal education program, CareerTrackers has an 89% success rate for their students graduating university. See how CareerTrackers provides the industry experience and extensive support network to give you a kickstart to your career.
When you’re young, it can be hard to get people to take you seriously. But what if you have a world-changing, super stellar idea that needs to come to life? Follow in the footsteps of some young entrepreneurs before you and get involved in these young entrepreneurship programs in STEM.
The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is designed to give students a broader understanding of the diverse study and career choices available in STEM. For 35 years, the NYSF has had over 11,500 students participate in the program.
Women in science and engineering are often hard to find. Murdoch University’s WISE Campaign Women in STEM day saw prominent women in science encouraging girls in STEM to become future female scientists and female engineers. Year 9 student Kamilla Pal reports on her experience with the WISE Campaign Women in STEM.
Job-ready robots are here to steal our jobs, armed with endless energy and a flawless work ethic – but what if we told you it might not be a bad thing? Here’s five reasons why job automation is nothing to fear!
Want to know how to prevent robots from stealing your job? Automation is everywhere, but with these pro-tips, you can easily future-proof your career and welcome the robotic takeover with open arms.
We asked Science & Technology AU CEO, Kylie Walker; Refraction Media Head of Content Heather Catchpole; Refraction Media CEO/Publisher, Karen Taylor-Brown; and CodeRangers CEO, Nicola O’Brien; why we need more women in STEM.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we asked Katrina Falkner, Dean of Engineering at the University of Adelaide; Dr Rebecca Vivian of CSER; Dr Noushin Nasiri of UTS; Mitch Klenner of ANSTO; and Sarah Chapman, STEM Educator; why we need more women in STEM.
We asked Lily Serna, Data Analyst at Atlassian; Lillian Caruana, undergrad at UNSW; and Amy Heffernan, Applied Chemist; why we need more women in STEM.