The National Questacon Invention Convention is an all-expenses paid, five-day workshop in Canberra for budding young inventors and innovators!
Seventy five percent of future careers are going to require STEM skills, and employers are expecting to need half of their workers to be skilled in STEM. Here’s what you need to know about getting equipped for the future of work.
If your childhood astro-obsession is not just a fleeting infatuation, aerospace engineering jobs might be your calling. Here’s how you can break into space and aerospace engineering careers, whether that’s at university, in your spare time, or with your feet planted firmly on the ground!
School students are taking over the International Space Station to do a new kind of space science.
Creative jobs and STEM careers are no longer chalk and cheese. Here’s everything you need to know to get started in discovering your creative career in STEM!
Over 200 girls gathered together to hear from Murdoch University’s WISE Women in STEM. The outreach program saw multiple STEM women from around Australia share their personal and professional stories on how STEM skills benefit careers, and why dropping maths is a bad idea.
Some jobs are shrouded in mystery, or eclipsed by stereotypes. We’re breaking down what is forensic science with real-life forensic scientist, Dr Shari Forbes of UTS, and it’s nothing like CSI.
STEM is an acronym that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. But, there’s much more to it than that. STEM education has a role to play in every single career field, as well as our economy and the innovation of world issues. We’ll answer the burning question: What is STEM and why is it important?
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!