Women in engineering bust common myths and stereotypes persisting about their exciting careers
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!
The new Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences at MQ is the only course of its kind in Sydney, teaching students modelling, problem solving & data analysis.
The brightest scientists and young researchers gather from the world over at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2020 in Singapore to spark new ideas and innovate solutions.
Computer science can help cultivate the food, fuels and fibres of the future.
It's hard to imagine ASIO, our national security intelligence organisation, hiring graduates with degrees in physics or science. Turns out, it's an unlikely match that makes a perfect fit. Here's why.
A swarm of roughly 40 million desert locusts can eat the same amount of food in one day as about 35,000 people - but drone technology could help control infestations.
Scientists have found new hope for our damaged coral reefs in transplanting lab-grown coral larvae to the ocean, like IVF for coral reefs.
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.
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.
The war against antibiotic resistance requires some serious revision, says Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2009) laureate Ada Yonath.
If you have a curious mind and a keen interest in science and travel, a career as an intrepid explorer could be on your horizon.