Sunday, July 5, 2020
STEM careers climate change

Opinion: Let’s channel young climate strikers’ passions into STEM careers

Let's leverage the climate striking students' passion and commitment into STEM careers that will help combat global warming
The Warren Centre

Ctrl. Alt. Compete: meet the humans of hackathons

If you’re big-time into STEM, chances are you’ve heard – or competed in – a hackathon. The sprint-like events allow those with killer science,...
Eureka Prize 2019 NISEP STEM Inclusion

Eureka! Winners of Australia’s leading science awards announced

From 3D-printed bones to STEM outreach for Indigenous schools and fighting malaria - here are all of the 2019 Australian Museum Eureka Prize Winners
Vivid Sydney

Taronga to focus on conservation and science at this year’s Vivid Sydney festival

Vivid Sydney and Taronga Zoo will be shining a light on the wonders of wildlife and endangered animals with Lights for the Wild.

The definition of the kilogram has been updated for the first time in 130...

For 130 years the kilogram has been measured against the 'Big K': a platinum and iridium alloy that should weigh exactly 1kg, but has degraded with time. From today, scientists have agreed on a new definition for the kilogram
digital agriculture

Harvesting good data with digital agriculture

The next revolution in farming will be numbers-driven with the new fusion of digital agriculture with traditional farming.

What is economics? It’s much more than money

There's much more to economics than you might think; economists can work across fields like politics, health or communication, benefit from a generous starting salary and even change the world for the better.
Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Macquarie’s new Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences shows you how the world works

The new Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences at MQ is the only course of its kind in Sydney, teaching students modelling, problem solving & data analysis.
oceans and climate change

Oceans and climate change: we’re on a countdown

Finding a solution to global warming in time will require an understanding of the complex processes behind climate and weather, which affect oceans and climate change.
Dr Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future poster featuring Dr Jane Goodall reaching out to a chimpanzee

Win 2 tickets to the Dr Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future tour

We have two tickets to give away to the upcoming Dr Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future tour dates of your choice! Enter now.

How this geologist found her calling with QUT science

From studying a Bachelor of Science to completing her Master's degree, Kat Gioseffi is a seasoned QUT science student. Here's what she loved about studying at QUT.
Strke For Climate Protests

Climate change is “fundamentally altering” young people’s identity

Confronting the realities of climate change can lead to overwhelming anxiety and grief, and of course, for those of us in high carbon societies, guilt.

Kicking goals: Pathology careers in footy

There are so many exciting off-the-field medical science careers in sport, and a pathway in pathology is just one of them.  

Winning formula: How one school is using the Bragg science writing prize to challenge gifted students

Preethika Mathan and Ms Rachele Rugiero Santa Sabina College UNSW Bragg Student Prize
Santa Sabina College first entered the UNSW Bragg Prize in 2018 – coming away with the winning and a runner-up essay that year. We spoke to the teacher driving the school's participation about how they use the competition to challenge and enrich their gifted student cohort.

5 quizzes that’ll help narrow down your Uni preferences

Stumped on what to study after high school? Welcome to Planet Overwhelmed. Population: all of us.