STEM and reality TV rarely hang out in the same sentence, but with Ten’s current bachelor an astrophysicist and a stack of STEMinists with...
FameLab’s new digital-only format, allows you to hang out with the brightest minds in science from your living room.
From mechanical limbs to robot helpers, new technologies are transforming healthcare.
It all adds up to a pretty cool future for UQ's maths and statistics graduates.
In this issue of Careers with STEM: Science, you'll meet scientists solving some of our biggest and most pressing challenges, including cleaning up our waterways and saving the Great Barrier Reef, designing life-saving tech and launching their careers into outer space.
The government says it’s committed to STEM education, but how can we inspire the next generation when they see our current scientists being ignored and worse?
As surprised as us to hear of the Government’s plans to overhaul the university fee system? We hit up a group of Year 12’s and asked them how it’ll effect their 2021 pathway planning.
Australian scientists have discovered a way to transform a smartphone into a microscope using a drop of polymer baked in the oven.
Learn how to tackle big data to solve 21st Century problems at the University of Melbourne.
RoboCup 2019 kicks off in Sydney this week. The tournament was created in 1997 to advance intelligent robots, with the ultimate goal of fielding a team of robots that can beat the human soccer World Cup champions by 2050.
The Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) is currently recruiting numerous IT, telecommunications and trades-based professionals for their 2020 – 2021 season.
Computer science skills are at the frontier of exciting new ways to treat diseases using technology.