Tuesday, August 3, 2021
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Imperfect produce and the war on waste

UNSW's Bragg Writing Prize has been won by 7th grader Sam Jones, who is advocating to give ugly fruit a go.
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The very hungry caterpillars

Scoring runner up in UNSW's Bragg Writing Prize is Ebony Wallin's essay about the very hungry caterpillars that can digest plastic.
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The fate of the Great Barrier Reef

Carol Ge is a runner up in UNSW's Bragg Writing Prize. Read Carol's piece about the devastating effects of climate change on our Great Barrier Reef.
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Get equipped for recent graduate jobs in IT

Meet the community of 22,000 IT experts in Australia, helping to bridge the gap for recent graduate jobs in the IT and Technology sector.
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Five habits of superheroes

How to be successful. What does it mean? How do we get it? If you're feeling a little lost, get yourself unstuck by incorporating the habits of superheroes into your life.
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FrogID: Citizen science saves frogs

FrogID is the app that uses citizen science and user participation to map Australia's frog habitats. Help save the frogs by downloading the app today!
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Makes me appy: apps for social good

Addicted to feeling good? Turn photos into food for the hungry or sponsor a charity with your workout. We've rounded up the best social good apps available.
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Careers with Code In Person: Dean Foley, Founder of Barayamal

Dean Foley is the founder of Barayamal, a startup which supports, educates and inspires indigenous entrepreneurs. Watch the video to find out a thing or two about him!
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Achievement unlocked – gaming no longer a boys’ club

Meet the stars of Code Breakers: Women in Games - the women defining the new face of the gaming industry and breaking down boys' club stereotypes.
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Love science? Spread the word

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.
Women in Engineering Summer Camp UNSW

Women in engineering set to expand with UNSW Summer Camp

“How can we win at the innovation game if half of our potential engineers are not taking part in the race?” UNSW aims to raise female engineering enrolments up to 30% - almost double the national average.
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What is the value of diversity in engineering?

Take an inspirational look into the lives of female engineering students that fight against gender norms and use their strengths to diversify the industry.

How engineers are solving the world’s biggest problems

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From infrastructure to recycling, energy to sustainability, engineers are at the core of solving all the problems of tomorrow and the world knows it

How to think like an engineer

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Engineers are the innovators in the workplace, introducing new ideas and products

Video: What is engineering?

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Engineering is awesome! Here's a fun intro to the super popular 'E' in STEM.