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Here are the coolest discoveries and inventions from this year’s Australian Museum Eureka Prize! There’s an app that helps you discover new species, super-accurate new ways to detect cancer and a sticky solution to stitches.
Olympia Yarger, CEO and founder of Goterra, is producing food waste solutions by feeding maggots on unused food and agricultural waste to make livestock feed.
Have you got a desire to do good? A penchant for planet-saving solutions? Engineering is your ticket to making a grand world difference every day with your career. These sustainable engineering projects are overhauling the way we power, feed and build our world.
From verti-planes that act like flying cars, to a bioscout drone that results in more efficient agriculture, we take a look at the possibilities of future engineering.
These Macquarie University environmental researchers are discovering green solutions to energy, fuel and medicine. Get these eco-experts in your corner with a degree in engineering at Macquarie University.
So, what is cyber security and cyber crime? Cyber crime is an underworld of billion-dollar hacks and data breaches. The good news? Cyber security jobs are plentiful!
So, what is artificial intelligence? It’s developing better medical diagnoses, saving the dugongs from extinction and bettering our world in every industry. Get acquainted with ‘what is AI?’ with this handy guide!
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.
More than half of Aussie girls aged 12-14 want to study STEM, but our enrolments are lower than any other Asia Pacific country. The future is female in STEM… with a little encouragement and a lot of support from parents, teachers and schools to turn these girls in STEM to women in STEM fields.
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!