Monday, October 25, 2021
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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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An awesome (free!) winter engineering school for Indigenous students

Are you an Indigenous student keen to learn more about engineering? The Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School program, VIEWS, is the ticket.
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Q&A with Lauren Esposito of 500 Queer Scientists

We spoke to Lauren Esposito, arachnologist and creator of 500 Queer Scientists - a visibility campaign for LGBTQ+ people and their allies working in...
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I think we need more women in STEM because… part two

In celebration of International Women's Day, we asked Katrina Falkner, Dean of Engineering at the University of Adelaide; Dr Rebecca Vivian of CSER; Dr Noushin Nasiri of UTS; Mitch Klenner of ANSTO; and Sarah Chapman, STEM Educator; why we need more women in STEM.
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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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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.

How the coronavirus has highlighted the importance of automation

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a massive surge in global unemployment. It has also highlighted the increasingly valuable role of automation in today’s world.
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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.

We’re feeding AI racist and sexist data and the results could be disastrous

AI is only as good as the data it’s trained on. And, since the world is far from perfect, machines are beginning to pick up biases that are reflected in our society. We take a look at 3 ways that AI bias has caused problems, and how we can fix them.
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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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Tech bias puts millions at risk of unemployment, unfair treatment

Millions of young Australians risk missing out on employment opportunities and economic independence because of their gender and tech bias, says Australia's first Women...

Gabi engineers a helping hand

Biomedical engineering student Gabi Newman has found a novel way to use her skills to help those in need. Gabi has been 3D printing assistive hand devices to donate to people who are missing fingers due to natural disaster, disease, war or birth defects.

CLOSING SOON: Young Scientist of the Year Video Comp

Video Competition
It's time to make those final edits because the University of Adelaide Young Scientist of the Year...

Women in STEM: Spotlight on Akansha Kapoor

Women in STEM - Akansha Kapoor
Be inspired by the study and career path of Akansha Kapoor, who works in experience-led digital transformation at PwC and was the Chief Operating Officer of Robogals Global!

Crack the code to an awesome tech career! Live webinar recording

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Hear from three real-life STEM professionals sharing their insider tips and tricks on how to build your dream job in an area you're passionate about.