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.
Can you tell a Cocker Spaniel from a King Charles? The citizen science projects MuttMix is gathering data on whether we can identify dog DNA just from looks.
The March for Science 2018 is running its second annual science march. Last year, 10,000 people joined the protest across Australia – 25% of them weren’t even employed in science! Whether you’re a science advocate or rookie, have your voice heard this weekend and join the march!
Stuck between Chemistry, Physics or Biology? We’ll help you break it down and match you to your perfect degree. Best of all? There’s so many different careers to choose from, no matter what you get!
Homeward bound is a gender bias forum held on the most remote continent on earth. This year, 78 participants travelled to Antarctica to identify and combat issues facing women in STEM. We spoke to two women about how the initiative brings hope for tomorrow’s female leaders.
Concerned about our (climate) changing world? These Australian inventions are solving our renewable resource issues, one element at a time.
Why study health? Australia’s fastest growing jobs are in healthcare. From the lucrative positions like doctors or GPs, to the helping hands of a nurse, your career options are endless (and all in high demand!)
Bioinformatics is research that uses information technology to better understand human biology. University of Queensland PhD student Alex Essebier is studying “her perfect fit”; a dual degree in science and IT.
Podcaster, illustrator, social media star and science fanatic Jesse Hawley takes to the high seas in the name of science exploration.
People with science degrees are helping to solve the world’s toughest problems like climate change, creating renewable energy solutions and developing healthier food. See how Brendan Brown became a planet saver!
Many care careers are still plagued by damaging stereotypes. We spoke to social worker Artemicia and nurse Gavin, about how they’ve renounced these stereotypes and created flourishing care careers!
It takes a holistic approach that combines science with creativity, politics and innovative communications to face 21st century challenges. You could work as a science communicator, or use STEAM skills to solve global problems like climate change!