Monday, October 26, 2020
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UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing 2017: Future earth

Submissions to the UNSW Bragg student science writing prize reveal Australian kids’ hopes and fears for the planet’s future.

How this year 10 student won the 2016 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science...

Year 10 student Marissa Petrakis shares the thoughts and experiences that led her to write an award-winning science essay.

Stem Cells: Little Cells, Big Possibilities

Congratulations to Phillippe Mouawad (year 7) for being runner up in the 2020 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing.

Last week to enter the UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing!

Calling all aspiring science writers in years 7-10! The UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing 2019 is now open for entries.

iPS Cells: The STEM of the Future

Congratulations to Jeremy Simonetto (Year 8) for being runner up in the 2020 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing.
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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.
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Does automation really make us safer?

"Errare humanem est": Winning essay for the 2019 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing by William Flintoft of Melbourne Grammar School

Winners of the 2020 UNSW Bragg Prize announced

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing. 
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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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The science (or lack thereof) behind period and fertility trackers

Abbotsleigh student Arwyn Stone questions the science (and ethics) behind fertility tracking apps in her winning essay for the 2019 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing

Enter the UNSW Bragg Student Science Writing Prize

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Driverless cars: are we there yet?

Phoebe Adams of Presbyterian Ladies College was inspired by a family tragedy to explore driverless car technology in her winning essay for the 2019 UNSW Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing

3 Indigenous STEM scholarships

Indigenous STEM scholarships
Forget what you think you know about a career in cyber security! These five real-life cyber security pros are spilling the facts... and there's hardly a hoodie in sight!

Our biggest issue ever is out now!

We're seeing out 2020 with a bang (and a sigh of relief) with the launch of our...

4 surprising cyber security career paths

These four experts all work for one of the world’s biggest cyber security companies – but took very different paths to get there