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The war against antibiotic resistance requires some serious revision, says Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2009) laureate Ada Yonath.
Marine biologist, robotics engineer, or sports statistician? Deciding on your dream career is no easy feat when the possibilities are endless.
Two computer scientists from the University of Adelaide are helping computers see – with applications out of this world.
The ACA Schools Cyber Security Challenges are bringing cybersecurity into the classroom – preparing students for this fast growing, crucial field.
Sarah Heimlich found a software engineering degree at Macquarie University the perfect way to pursue her love of FIRST Robotics.
To design an awesome degree like the RMIT Bachelor of Computer Science, you need a passionate computer scientist like Professor John Thangarajah.
Trying to think like a hacker and playing Dungeons & Dragons is all in a day’s work (and play) for CBA grad Rhiannon Nee-Salvador.
We hit up three Atlassian tech professionals from the Australian software company and quizzed them about their Atlassian careers.
Funded by the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the Girls in STEM Toolkit (aka The GiST) is a new website that features pages of inspiring and informative content aimed at students, teachers and families.
We chat to two past-participants of the National Questacon Invention Convention about their experience attending the five-day event in Canberra.
With registrations open now for next year, here are five reasons why applying for the National Questacon Invention Convention could score you some invaluable career cred.