Sunday, July 5, 2020
healthcare cyber attack

The healthcare industry: a growing target for cyber attacks

In a world where our emergency services rely on data and technology to function, a successful attack could result in a significant risk to life.
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Swinburne Uni dumps ATAR for popular degrees

From 2021, Melbourne's Swinburne University has announced you won't need an ATAR at all to get into a bunch its popular Bachelor's degrees, including science and engineering.
coding games

Game on! Get creative with coding competitions

Whether your passion is creating video games or building robots, a computer science pathway lets you learn new skills, meet cool people and have fun!
STEAMpunk Girls

STEAMpunk Girls

"How might we…?"  They're the three words that kickstarted the entrepreneurial thinking process for 64 girls from across Sydney.
STEM job salaries

STEM jobs take out three of the top 20 biggest salary gains

Recruitment and job search site, Seek, has released a report revealing the biggest gains and falls in salaries across a range of careers –...

Don’t stress, your ATAR isn’t the final call

If you don’t have an ATAR or you don’t score as highly as you’d hoped, here are some ways you can still get into a university course.
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Are you a future business mogul? Get a computer science degree first

Mixing your computer science degree with business can lead to amazing opportunities. Here's how future business moguls are getting their start with CS.
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ANU cybersecurity

Paige Brown is on track for an exciting career in cybersecurity.
F1 in schools - Cessnock High

Cessnock High Indigenous girls’ team compete at F1 in Schools

All-girls Indigenous team 'MKBD Racing' have entered into the F1 in Schools competition, representing Cessnock High School.
Top CEO report science degree

Want to become a top CEO? Study science

More than 1 in 5 of Australia's top CEOs studied science at uni, according to a new report.

How to flatten the curve of coronavirus, a mathematician explains

How does social distancing help to flatten the curve? We can explain by referring to what mathematicians call “exponential growth”.
UNSW cybersecurity course

UNSW cybersecurity course

UNSW Australia’s winning streak in hacking competitions worldwide is helping to provide a more secure future for all.

Kicking goals: Pathology careers in footy

There are so many exciting off-the-field medical science careers in sport, and a pathway in pathology is just one of them.  

Winning formula: How one school is using the Bragg science writing prize to challenge gifted students

Preethika Mathan and Ms Rachele Rugiero Santa Sabina College UNSW Bragg Student Prize
Santa Sabina College first entered the UNSW Bragg Prize in 2018 – coming away with the winning and a runner-up essay that year. We spoke to the teacher driving the school's participation about how they use the competition to challenge and enrich their gifted student cohort.

5 quizzes that’ll help narrow down your Uni preferences

Stumped on what to study after high school? Welcome to Planet Overwhelmed. Population: all of us.