An indigenous health researcher and apprentice electrician are among the Charles Darwin University (CDU) students honoured at this year’s Northern Territory Training Awards
Researchers like Dr Sian McLean are encouraging us to rethink the way we talk about mental health – and more specifically, eating disorders
The DARPA Subterranean Challenge going down in the US this month, and a Brisbane-based team of robotics experts will be remotely repping Australia!
Australian gamers and their communities are coming together this September to support life-saving breast cancer research If you’re particularly stoked on the ’T’ in STEM...
On Saturday, August 28, CUAVA-1, an Australian designed and built spacecraft, will be launched onboard a Space-X Falcon 9 SpX-23 rocket.
Students jumped into the ANSTO Hackathon this National Science Week, putting design thinking and science skills to the test to come up with innovative ideas on food.
This National Science Week a nation-wide survey is confirming what we already know – that science, tech, engineering and maths fields are basically running the world
From using machine learning to bake, to exploring the night sky with a Gomeroi astronomer, here's how to celebrate National Science Week.
People with disabilities can make a big impact in STEM, and atWork Australia’s School2atWork program is helping them land inclusive opportunities
Transferable, much? These talented sports stars have gold medal-worthy STEM skills
In the latest edition of Careers with STEM we explain what engineering is all about and showcase a diverse mix of real-life engineers.
Commonwealth Bank has set itself a recruitment target of hiring up to 50 new engineers every month