Saturday, July 11, 2020
Women in Engineering Summer Camp UNSW

Women in engineering set to expand with UNSW Summer Camp

“How can we win at the innovation game if half of our potential engineers are not taking part in the race?” UNSW aims to raise female engineering enrolments up to 30% - almost double the national average.
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Top ten articles of 2017

Before we send off the new year we've rounded up a list of the most popular posts of 2017. Take a look back through the archives and re-read the articles you loved!

Top 5 favourite profiles of 2017

Who were your favourite profiles of 2017? We've looked back through the archives and found the 5 most click-worthy faces... and they happen to be all women!
in-demand jobs

Hardest jobs to fill in STEM

Capitalise on these hard-to-fill and in-demand jobs by finding out all the study information you need to nab a great career with ease.

Gabi engineers a helping hand

Biomedical engineering student Gabi Newman has found a novel way to use her skills to help those in need. Gabi has been 3D printing assistive hand devices to donate to people who are missing fingers due to natural disaster, disease, war or birth defects.
PwC Downstream smart house

Downstream’s smart architecture

When you envisage the future, what do you see? Downstream is bringing the future to architecture and opening the door to innovating our homes.
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Careers with Code In Person: Noushin Nasiri, Materials Engineer

Materials Engineer Noushin Nasiri talks about her study history and postdoctoral research on breath analysis that can detect diseases in the human body.
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Careers with Code In Person: Shanika Kuruppu, Software Engineer

Shanika Kuruppu, software engineer at Google, shares her favourite things, career tips that have helped her out and what's coming up on her horizon!
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Careers with STEM In Person: Nathan Adler, Founder of Surf Sense start up

A passion for surfing led mechatronics engineer to create the ultimate surf life buoy.
driverless cars

The Autonobus; driverless cars drive mobility

La Trobe University is trialling the 'Autonobus', the driverless bus delivering students around campus that has huge potential for increasing accessibility. Find out how you can take a ride!
CSIRO carbon fibre breakthrough

Competing with carbon fibre – CSIRO makes breakthrough

Competing on the world stage for innovation and carbon fibre production is now made possible with CSIRO's latest breakthrough.
wearable

Which wearable are you?

Which wearable are you? Daydreamer or buzzing with energy? Caring and kind, or reckless spender? We match your personality to the coolest wearable tech.

Why university STEM degrees are more relevant than ever

University STEM degrees
In an uncertain world future, university STEM degrees are more crucial than ever - and not just to land you a job.

Three regional schools are the latest to benefit from STEM industry school partnership program

Three schools in the Illawarra region of NSW will now have their own academy of STEM excellence under the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships (SISP) Program.

Why space careers matter in a post-pandemic world

Australia’s space industry began in uncertainty, and – despite bushfires, pandemics and massive change – it will succeed under uncertainty.