Imagine a world where skyscrapers power themselves, walkable access to amenities is a priority and there is an infrastructure, health and educational balance across all community demographics… that’s the vision of a future city shaper.
Birrigubba Juru and South Sea Islander women Tessa and Celeste Carnegie promote the participation of women and Indigenous youth in STEM.
If you love discussing and sharing the latest scientific breakthroughs, science communication could be the perfect career choice. We chat to science journalist Alice Klein and PhD student and science communicator Leigh Nicholson about what makes science communication so important.
Dr Johnson and Greta Thunberg have effective but totally different influencing styles!
Aboriginal Australians face unique challenges with technology and culture. These four apps were created for closing the gap between education and technology, or preserve the rich cultural history that has largely been lost due to invasion.
We've compiled a list of our favourites quotes, including career and life advice, from some of the Women in STEM we've profiled. Treat yourself to these strong words of wisdom from even stronger women. Happy International Women's Day!
We shine the light on LGBTQ+ role models in STEM who are doing incredible things in their careers.
Forget what you think you know about a career in cyber security! These five real-life cyber security pros are spilling the facts... and there's hardly a hoodie in sight!
The gender pay gap is wider in STEM than the rest of the workforce, according to new survey results: experts describe what needs to happen to close the gap.
Think you have what it takes to save the planet? With Computer science + sustainability you just might!
Job-ready robots are here to steal our jobs, armed with endless energy and a flawless work ethic - but what if we told you it might not be a bad thing? Here's five reasons why job automation is nothing to fear!
Say goodbye to sexist bosses and hello to the newest threat to gender equality – sexist coding. Year 10 student Stella Wailes has the scoop.